Tivoli Cinema

111 Seaside,
Eastbourne, BN22 7NL

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Tivoli Cinema

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Located on the corner of Seaside and Queen’s Gardens. The New Hall was built in 1889. In 1906 it was re-named New Picture Hall having been converted into cinema use. It was soon re-named New Picture Palace and in 1912 it became the Eastbourne Picture Palace.

In 1915 it was re-named Tivoli Cinema, which by 1939 had become the Tivoli Super Cinema. It was closed in September 1939 at the outbreak of World War II, and didn’t reopen until 1944.

In 1977 it was taken over by new operators, and the Tivoli Cinema was closed on 22nd September 1982. It became the Tivoli Performing Arts Centre from 28th May 1983. In the late-1980’s it was converted into a nightclub. This had closed around 2002, and the building is now converted into office and housing use.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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