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LATEST NEWS - Week commencing Monday 12th June 2017

LONDON (Ealing): Filmworks developer St George submits planning alterations to Ealing Council
The proposed changes seek to refine the design but do not affect the overall masterplan, size or delivery date of the cinema.
The cinema, which will open in 2019, will still be the largest Picturehouse cinema outside the West End with eight screens and 1,045 seats.

LONDON (Elephant and Castle): Share your memories of the CORONET on Tuesday 18th July (2-4pm)
Your reminiscence will be recorded and contribute to the staging of a play and an art exhibition about the history of the Coronet.
After 145 years the coronet theatre is scheduled for closure and demolition as part of the development of the shopping centre.

GIRVAN: Former cinema is the 'biggest pigeon hole in Ayrshire'
One resident, whose house looks onto the cinema, has had to use his own props to prevent the building collapsing.

LIVERPOOL: Community cinema craze
Multiplex behemoths and avant garde arthouse venues dominate Liverpool’s cinema landscape but a growing movement is giving the city’s film fans exciting new ways to get their celluloid fix. With pop-up screenings and community cinema spaces fast becoming an integral part of the local entertainment offer...

NEWMARKET: Council set to agree £50000 to find site for cinema project
A bid to bring a cinema to Newmarket is being explored by the council, after re-elected MP Matt Hancock pledged to support the project in his victory speech.

PLYMOUTH: Reel Cinema could now be saved from demolition by YOU
Plymouth's iconic Reel Cinema could be saved from demolition by the public...
Plymouth City Council has now added the cinema to its Assets of Community Value register which gives the community the right to bid for the building should it be put up for sale.

TAUNTON: Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre set for £20 million renovation
The venue came under new management three years ago, and now new images have appeared showing how the theatre could be transformed from an outdated venue to the talk of the town. the

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