Gem Electric Theatre

36a London Road,
Brighton, BN1 4JB

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Gem Electric Theatre

The Gem Electric Theatre was opened by a J.W Thompson in September, 1910, and was converted from a disused furniture shop.

The projector was mounted on a table at the rear of the auditorium and it had a capacity of 60 on benches.

In 1914 it was taken over and closed by Harry Scriven, who also owned the Empire Picture Theatre in Hove.

By 1915 it was used for concerts and over the years has been a Freeman, Hardy & Willis shoe shop and in March 2016 it is a Coral Bookmakers.

Contributed by Nick Prince
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