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Located in Westerham, just outside the south-eastern limits of Greater London. The Swan Picture Hall opened prior to 1914. It was designed in a Tudor Revival style with a half-timbered facade. Inside the auditorium most of the seating was on the stalls level, but there were two small balconies on each side of the projectection box, which protuded into the auditorium. Initially, it was a 16mm operation, but went over to 35mm in later years.
In 1956, it was re-named Tudor Cinema, and it was closed at the end of 1963. There were plans proposed to re-open the cinema in Spring 1964, but the front section of the building was badly damaged in an arson attack on 2nd April 1964. The remains of the building were demolished in 1970.
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