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Previous Names: Newbridge Picture Palace, Palace Cinema
The Newbridge Picture Palace opened before 1937. It is listed in that year’s edition of Kinematograph Yearbook with a seating capacity of 500. Occasional variety shows were held on the stage and it had two dressing rooms. The proscenium was 20 feet wide.
In around 1947 it had been re-named Palace Cinema. In 1971 it was re-modeled into a triple screen cinema and re-named Oscar Cinemas.
The Oscar Cinemas closed on 12th January 2006. A six-screen cinema was in the planning stage for the Whitewater shopping centre, but this never happened.
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