While we know that you would make your own decisions about the risks, we do wish to keep all our members as safe as possible. Therefore,
considering the expected progress of the epidemic in the next couple of
months, all planned visits and events are cancelled or postponed until
the situation is clearer.Announcement of future events will be made
in the Bulletin when the situation has stabilised. If you have internet
access, please also check on the CTA website
KIRKCALDY: Cinema plan a step closer to realityPlans
to build a multi-screen cinema in Kirkcaldy have taken a huge step
forward after planning approval was granted for an eight-screen complex
on the town’s seafront.Councillors at Wednesday’s Central and West
Fife planning committee gave the go-ahead for the long-standing
proposal, which would transform the former Kirkcaldy swimming pool site,
demolished in 2018.MANCHESTER (Stretford): Longford/Essoldo Cinema Uncovered images from the 1930s....and don't miss the links on the HOME page of this site.SWANSEA: The story of the grand old entertainment hall which now sits unloved and neglectedIt once welcomed names such as Charles Dickens and Oscar Wilde, but for the last 13 years it has been left to deteriorate...
HERITAGE CINEMAS - AT RISK IN THE UK !
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