New Coronet Cinema
66 London Road North,
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In the Suffolk coastal town of Lowestoft, the Electric Theatre opened on Monday 10th July 1911. It is thought it was built in premises that had been constructed in 1902.
By 1914 it had been re-named Coronet Cinema. The proprietor was William Robbins and there were 400 seats.
In March 1922 the cinema changed hands, and was now owned by Coronet Cinema (Lowestoft) Ltd., with the manager being E. Flanders. It now became the New Coronet Cinema, but faded from view soon afterwards, and presumably closed at the latest when sound films arrived.
More recently, the building has been in retail use as Chadd’s store. In 2004, the store was acquired by Palmers, but the Chadd’s name was not replaced until 2009.
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