1008 Stockport Road,
No one has favorited this theater yet
Located in the south Manchester district of Levenshulme. The Regal Cinema was opened on 14th December 1937. It was built for and operated by Associated British Cinemas(ABC), and was designed by their in-house architect W.R. Glen. Seating was provided in stalls and circle levels.
The Regal Cinema suffered damage from a fire which broke out in the circle on 15th January 1957. Repairs were carried out and it re-opened on 8th April 1957. The Regal Cinema was closed on 22nd April 1961 with Albert Finney in "Saturday Night, Sunday Morning".
It was converted into an ABC ten-pin bowling alley. Ten-pin bowling was a short lived fad, and the building became a bingo club for many years. After that closed it became a cash & carry retail warehouse.
In February 2004, it was converted into an Indian restaurant & banquet hall known as Nawaab. Most of the original Art Deco style decoration has been retained.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater