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A classic example of late 20’s early 30’s super cinema, built as a cine-variety theatre called the Empire. It had a horseshoe balcony, huge stage and once had a Compton organ which was removed in the early 60s.
It was built by County Cinemas then sold to J. Arthur Rank and renamed the Odeon. Closed in the early 80s, it is currently used as a church and is in danger of demolition.
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