Cannon East Grinstead
Little King Street,
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The Radio Centre Cinema on King Street, opened on 12th April 1936 with Jack Hulbert in “Jack of All Trades”. It had 1,012 seats in the stalls and circle and the interior was designed to resemble Radio City Music Hall in New York. It also boasted a cafe, for the convenience of its patrons.
It tripled in the 1972, under Classic Cinemas control, it had two cinemas in the former circle and bingo in the former stalls. A third cinema was added in 1973 in the former cafe. It later became a Cannon cinema before closing on 4th January 1989 with Bob Hoskins in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”.
It was demolished in April 1990, and the site of the Radio Centre Cinema is now occupied by the Atrium Centre, built in 1991, which incorporates a two screen cinema run (both seating 140)
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