Frinton Cinema Club

150 Victoria Park Road,
London, E9 7JN

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A cinema club operating in the late-1970’s in Victoria Park area of Hackney, east London. A small shop conversion showing “explicit uncut films” under club/member conditions.

The building is in a row of Victorian shops who’s fronts have a one story extension to the pavement, most of the row of houses was extensively rebuilt over the last couple of years, so no trace remains of the Frinton Cinema Club.

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davidcoppock on April 1, 2017 at 12:40 am

Why was it called Frinton?

Biffaskin on December 11, 2022 at 5:22 am

All of the Victorian shop extensions appear to be residential areas now, with frosted glazing, curtains/blinds etc within. Some basic mouldings at each property divide survives on the former row of shops, so 150 was, indeed, a shop conversion for the cinema club itself.

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