Plaza Cinema

70 Duncan Road,
Gillingham, ME7 4JS

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Plaza Cinema

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Located in Gillingham, Kent. The Plaza Cinema was opened on 12th October 1931 with Maurice Chevalier in “Monte Carlo”. It was designed in a Neo-Classical style by architect E.J. Hammond. The proscenium was 28 feet wide, and the cinema was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system.

It was closed on 29th November 1980 with Michael Caine in “Dressed to Kill”. The building was converted into a studio for Southern Television, which opened on 4th March 1982. They had moved out by the early-1990’s, and the building became a Laser gaming room. This had closed by 2000, when it had been demolished and an Aldi Supermarket now operates from the site.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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