54 Eastgate Street,
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Previously operated by: Rank Organisation
Architects: E.C.M. Wilmott
Functions: Bingo Hall
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Plaza Super Cinema
The Plaza Super Cinema was opened on 25th November 1935 with W.C. Fields in “David Copperfield” and Laurel & Hardy in “Fixer Uppers”. It was independently operated and had seating in stalls and circle levels. The proscenium was 44 feet wide. There was a cafe located in the circle foyer.
On 11th January 1956, it was taken over by Circuits Management Association(CMA) soon to become the Rank Organisation. It was modernised and re-named Odeon from 28th January 1957.
The Odeon was closed on 30th August 1975 with “The 7th Voyage of Sinbad” and “Watch Out We’re Mad”. It was converted into a Top Rank Bingo Club. Today it operates as a Mecca Bingo Club.
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