54-62 Dean Road,
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The Regent Cinema was opened on 21st October 1935 with Leslie Howard in "The Scarlet Pimpernel". Described as ‘South Shields’ Super Luxury Cinema', it was built for and operated by the independent chain Thompson’s Enterprises Ltd. of Middlesbrough. It was designed in a Neo-Classical style by architect John Cecil Clavering of architectural firm J.H. Morton & Son.
The Regent Cinema had a fully equipped stage, with fly tower, which was put to good use over the years. It was closed on 15th July 1966 with Cliff Richard in “Summer Holiday”. It was immediately converted into a Mecca Bingo Club, which closed on 14th September 2014.
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