King Edward Picture House
37 Central Drive,
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The Central Picture Theatre opened its doors for the first time on 11th July 1913. It was renamed the King Edward Picture Palace in 1914.
By 1972 it had closed as a cinema and was in use as a bingo hall, a use that continued until March 1984.
After several years laying empty and un-used, it became a nightclub named ‘The Venue’ and the facade was restored in recent years. The chequerboard brickwork and Dutch gable enlivens a rather drab part of town. It became an entertainment venue named Family Fun, the went back to night club use, but was closed by 2011.
The King Edward Picture House is a Grade II Listed building.
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