Ninety years of cinema in Kettering.
Read Online

Ninety years of cinema in Kettering. by Brian Hornsey

  • 107 Want to read
  • ·
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Fuchiasprint in Stamford .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18302112M
ISBN 10187396921X

Download Ninety years of cinema in Kettering.


: Ninety Years of Cinema in Northamptonshire () by Brian Hornsey and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. ODEON Kettering – The Victoria Hall: (Photo: The Victoria Hall (Right) in the s – Source)The first franchise of Odeon cinemas in Kettering was opened at the Victoria Hall on December 17 th, It was the first public cinema for the locals, which had seats in stalls, side gallery levels and balcony. Gaumont Cinema Kettering – The Electric Pavilion: (Photo: The Electric Pavilion Cinema on the right – Source)The history of Gaumont Kettering Cinema started from May 10 th onwards when it was introduced as prominent movie cinema in Kettering ‘The Electric Pavilion’. It had a seating arrangement for people (single level). Since there were already two other cinemas that were. Kettering Cinema had a ninety-foot wide, convex screen and seated patrons. The last movie to show on the large screen was “Goin' South”, John Belushi and Mary Steenburgen’s screen debuts and directed by Jack Nicholson. The theater was closed in the fall of and ‘twinned’. Kettering Cinemas opened on December 15th with “King.

Amongst the Cinemas in Kettering is the Odeon Kettering that was first opened on December 17 th, on Gold Street in Kettering. It was an excellent cinema with hundreds of people showing off for movies and screenings. Over the years, the cinema was changed to many other names until demolished in September The Regal Cinema was built on the site of Goosey & Sons' drapery store in Kettering High Street and officially opened on 26th December(Boxing Day) by Earl Spencer (Princess Di’s father). It was built for and operated by the independent Regal (Kettering) Ltd. headed by Cohen & Rafer. We've rounded up the best cinemas and theatres in Kettering in our quest to discover brilliant family attractions and places to visit near you. There are 49 Kettering cinemas and theatres to pick atively, why not explore some other sightseeing days out nearby, including indoor and soft play the perfect places to go with your kids and get out on your next adventure! Kettering was first mentioned in history in the year Then in the manor of Kettering was granted to the abbey at Peterborough. By the time of the Domesday Book in Kettering had a population of about By the standards of the time it was a large village. Kettering also had 2 watermills where grain was ground to flour for the.

The Savoy Cinema was a handsome replacement with 1, seats in the stalls and circle. There was a full stage with a flytower, and live performances were often presented, sometimes with a resident theatre company, for example the Northampton Repertory Company presented regular seasons here . The Odeon Kettering is located in Pegasus Court, part of Kettering Business Park, just off junction 9 of the A Seven of the eight screens have wheelchair access and all have hearing loops. There's ample parking outside, and adjacent to the cinema are branches of KFC and Frankie & Benny's as. New Coliseum Cinema Located in Kettering, Northamptonshire. Opened as the Electric Pavilion on 10th May with seats on a single level; a balcony was added later which increased the . Booked the tickets on line and picked them up from the machine. Easy, peasy! Declined in buying sweets etc there, as far too expensive! Showed the friendly usher our tickets and she showed us to the cinema. Cinema was clean and the surround sound in there was excellent for the movie we watched,().Good night was had! 4/ TripAdvisor reviews.