Imperial Picture Theatre
166-172 Chorton Road,
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Architects: W.H. Matley
Located in the south Manchester district of Brook’s Bar at the corner of Chorlton Road and Moss Lane W. The Imperial Picture Theatre was opened in 1914. Seating was provided in stalls level only. It had a 5 feet deep stage and two dressing rooms. There was also a café in the cinema. Around 1929 it was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system.
The Imperial Picture Theatre was closed on 15th January 1976 with Charlotte Rampling in “Caravan to Vaccares” and Jean-Claude Brialy in “A Murder Is a Murder….Is a Murder”.
It was converted into a timber merchants.
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