14 Red Hill,
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Architects: J.B. Farringro
Located in on the corner of Red Hill and Albany Road, Chislehurst, which today is part of the south-east of Greater London. The Cinema opened on 23rd January 1930, and was a conversion by architect J.B. Farringro of a former hall. It was independently operated throughout its life by C. Cripps.
The Cinema closed on 3rd December 1960 with John Wayne in “The Horse Soldiers” and "Lifeline".
It was converted into St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, and even today still retains its original tip-up cinema seats and the raked floor. The former projection box is now an organ loft. The original box office in the foyer now contains a holy water stoop inside it.
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