32 Trinity Street,
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Picturedrome Electric Theatre Company (Official)
Operated by: Picturedrome Electric Theatre Company
Architects: Robin Audrey Thomas
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Styles: Art Deco
The Plaza Cinema opened on 10th July 1933 as a single screen cinema with a seating capacity of 986. It’s opening attraction was Fay Wray in “King Kong”, said to be the first screening of this film outside London and direct from the London Coliseum.
Now operates one cinema in former circle area (the Premiere screen 180 seats) and the Century screen in the former café area (80 seats). When Reeltime Cinemas UK operated the cinema in the 2000’s, they had plans to add screens in the now disused stalls area, which was used for 25 years as a bingo club until the club closed in around 2003.
Since the end of 2008, the Plaza Cinema has been operated by Picturedrome Electric Theatre Company. A third screen was added in January 2011 and in 2012 a fourth screen was added.
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