1649-1651 Pershore Road,
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Located in the King’s Norton district to the south of Birmingham. The King’s Norton Palace of Varieties opened around 1922. It was re-named Savoy Cinema on 27th February 1933 after being re-furbished and modernised. The re-opening films were Joe E. Brown in “The Tenderfoot” and Loretta Young in “Working Wives”. Intimate little theatre with a nice foyer and a circle upstairs.
The Savoy Cinema closed on 2nd February 1958 with Ida Lupino in “Women’s Prison”. It was turned into a plumbing factory known as ‘Savoy Works’. In 2015 operating as Graham’s Plumber’s Merchants.
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