Super Royal Cinema

Breck Road,

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Built in 1891 as the Theatre Royal Palace of Varieties by W. Redman it began life as a small auditorium with three levels, Stalls, Dress Circle and Balcony with a capacity of 500 and was converted into a cinema in 1920. Situated on Breck Road in Everton, the Theatre Royal was renamed the Super Royal Cinema.

After closure it was used as a Bingo hall and then a carpet warehouse, it is currently a furniture sales room, with a false ceiling above the proscenium arch, hiding the upper circle, original theatre boxes and projection box.

Planning has been passed for this site to be demolished despite its current usage, for apartment building.

Contributed by Laura Twist

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Picturedrome on March 21, 2011 at 8:18 am

Slight correction.
It wasn’t called the Super Royal.
As a cinema it was officially called the Royal, and like others in the W Gordon circuit it had Super added after its name in some Press adverts.

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