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CHELTENHAM: Boutique cinema and rooftop bar could be given green light this weekA
five-screen boutique cinema, rooftop bar, new restaurants and a
refreshing new look for Regent Street could be on its way to the spa
town if councillors approve the multi-million pound plans on October 18.LEITH: Flats plan approved for former art deco cinemaGlencairn (Properties), based in Stanhope St, Edinburgh, will restore the derelict Grade B listed former State Cinema building.MIDDLESBOROUGH: Children's footprints and jangling keys said to be signs of TWO ghosts in former cinemaLegend
has it not one, but two ghosts inhabit the former Crown pub (formerly
the Elite cinmema) on the corner of Borough Road and Linthorpe Road in
Middlesbrough...OSWESTRY: Cinema man reiterates call for picture house at developmentTrevor
Harris, who ran the Regal Cinema in the town centre for decades, says a
cinema should be built when the former Smithfield Livestock Market site
is redeveloped.STAFFORD: New £6.5m Odeon cinema to open before ChristmasOdeon
bosses have broken their silence on the project with signage going up
at the site of the proposed multi-screen complex announcing 'Coming
Soon.... Winter 2018.'
BALTIMORE: Flickering Treasures - a new book exploring Baltimore's forgotten movie theatersThe handsome map in the book highlights the fact that the 72 featured theaters are sprinkled all around the city.See also: National Building Museum to showcase longtime Sun photographer’s shot
DUBLIN: Belfast-based Pure Fitout celebrates Building and Architecture Award for the renovation of Stella TheatreBringing
back to life the 1920s glamour of the iconic Stella Theatre in Dublin,
independent fit out specialist, Pure Fitout, has received the award
for Building Refurbishment for a Single Building or Development.
MUMBAI: Regal: The first of SoBo's grand Art Deco theatres85 years ago to the day, the Regal was opened at what was called Wellington Circle by Bombay's governor Sir Frederick Sykes. We look at the making of the great Colaba institution and what it represented all those years ago.
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