Lyric Cinema

Brews Hill, Navan, Co. Meath,

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Lyric Cinema

The Lyric opened on 5 December 1941 with a stage show featuring Jack Thunder and his Orchestra, Will Duffy and Pearl, trick cyclists and pianist Albert Healy. The main feature was “The Mark of Zorro” with Tyrone Power. The architect for the scheme was T.P McGahon for the Navan Picture Palace Company. The building was sold in 1997 and the last performance was of Willy Russell’s play “One for the Road” on 23 April. It was converted into apartments called Morton Hall.

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