United Artists Southampton
43 Hill Street,
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This Colonial-style movie house was opened by Glynn Theatres in 1932 as the 1,000-seat Southhampton Theatre. It was operated by Prudential Circuit in the 1940’s. It was split into a fourplex in the 1990’s and was operated by United Artists Theatres. They then converted the basement dressing rooms in a fifth screen, which had its own outside entrance.
Eventually they wanted to build a purpose built theatre out of town, but this was refused permission. They then demolished the auditorium block of the United Artists Southampton. Using the original facade, they built four modern screens behind it, which is now operated by Regal Entertainment Group as the Southampton 4 Theatres, and has its own page on Cinema Treasures.
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