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The Strand Cinema Co.(1920) Ltd. opened the Pavilion Cinema in July 1923. It had 400 seats. The external walls appear to have been those of a building used as a grain store. The cinema was built on the ground floor with a ballroom above. Sound was installed in the 1930’s.
The Pavilion Cinema was taken over by The Palace and Derby Castle Co. in December 1945 and that company closed it in February 1961. The building was purchased by the Peel Masonic Club who continued to operate it as a cinema. It finally closed in September 1968 and was converted into a masonic hall.
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