Sherborne Cinema

Sherborne Street,
Gloucester, GL1 3BY

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Sherborne Cinema

Originally built in 1880 as The Friends' Sherborne Street Mission Room. It screened films for children in the early-1900’s. It became a Christadelphian Hall which was closed in 2012. The building was renovated and converted into a boutique cinema by Mark Cunningham, and opened on 20th February 2015. The Sherborne Cinema has all seating on a single floor and has been given a late-1920’s Art Deco theme. Recent films will be screened after their run at the multiplexes.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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DavidSimpson on June 2, 2015 at 2:21 am

On Saturday 30th May 2015 I visited the Sherborne, to see the matinee screening of “Paul Blart Mall Cop 2” and to meet up with Mark Cunningham, who I last saw at the Palace, Cinderford, which he has since sold. Mark has created a wonderfully traditional, welcoming feel to the Sherborne, with many very attractive art deco fixtures and fittings – some original, some self-crafted – and he’s even installed an Automaticket machine! Mark spent two years on this project: all that effort has been well worthwhile!

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