Curzon Cinema

Mansfield Road and Tavistock Drive,
Carrington,
Nottingham, NG5

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Curzon cinema, Nottingham

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Located in the Carrington district in the north of Nottingham. The Curzon Cinema was opened on 2nd August 1935 with Will Hay in "Radio Parade of 1935". It was independently operated, and was successful until the outbreak of World War II. By 1944 it was part of the S. Graham Circuit.

Considered an up-market cinema, it was closed for an ‘indefinate period’ on 20th December 1958 with Gene Kelly in "Anchors Away". It never re-opened and was later demolished. Housing was built on the site.

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tonyhill1689
tonyhill1689 on November 12, 2016 at 7:10 am

The Curzon was in Carrington as I remember not far from Carrington Lido way before Redhill.

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