122 Eric Street,
London, E3

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Opened in the early-1910’s as Forrest’s Electrodrome, it was taken over by Sydney Bernstein together with a local operator in around 1920. Taken over by the Granada Theatres Ltd. chain it was leased out to an independent operator but was taken back by Granada Theatres in around 1933.

The Electrodrome was closed around 1940, possibly due to conditions during World War II.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on July 20, 2010 at 1:31 pm

I bet a lot of theatres closed during those years when London was being bombed,Would seem unsafe in a theatre if bombs start to drop,but then people do need entertainment to enjoy in those very dark years i have read about.

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