Palladium Theatre

85 King's Road,
Brighton, BN1

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Palladium Theatre

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The building opened on 29th October 1888 as the Alhambra Opera House and Music Hall. Re-named the Palladium, it re-opened on April 6 1912 as a cinema. The building having been designed by Frank Matcham. In 1936 a new Art Deco facade was added and the cinema re-named the Odeon. In 1937 the cinema reverted to its former name of the Palladium on the opening of the West Street Odeon.

The Palladium closed in May 1956 and was demolished shortly afterward. The Brighton Centre (conference and concert venue) now occupies the site.

Contributed by chris perman

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Ken Roe
Ken Roe on July 25, 2007 at 6:21 pm

Here is a link to a page showing vintage photographs and a potted history:
http://www.terramedia.co.uk/brighton/Palladium.htm

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