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In Cumbria, in the small town of Sedbergh, the Cinema was not listed in the 1914 Kinematograph Year Book, but it was in the 1927 edition. It was listed as simply “Cinema”, as it was in 1940 and 1953, but by the 1962 edition it was called the Nuvic Cinema.
In 1931 the lessee was Victor Besso; by 1940 W. D. Clarke is shown as the owner. At that time a proscenium width of 24ft was noted. Mr Clarke was still the proprietor in the 1953 edition.
The Nuvic Cinema closed in the mid-1970’s. The building has since been drastically altered (it was pretty unrecognisable as a cinema on my visit, in July 2005!). Since then, as Sedbergh has developed as a ‘book town’, the building has undergone further development, and is home to Westwood Books.
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