417 Crompton Way,
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Styles: Art Deco
Located to the north of Bolton on Crompton Way, close to the junction with Tonge Moor Road. The Crompton Cinema was opened on 6th December 1934 with Alan Dinehart in "Dance Girl, Dance" and Marian Marsh in "A Man of Sentiment". It was operated by Arthur Hall of the Palladium Theatre, Blackpool. The Crompton Cinema had a 46 feet wide proscenium and two dressing rooms. It was equipped with a British Talking Pictures(BTP) sound system. It had a cafe attached.
The Crompton Cinema was closed in 1959, and was converted into a bingo club. This use continued for a while, then it became a nightclub into the late-1990’s. It was converted into a Kwik Save supermarket, but this had closed by November 2008. It has re-opened as a SMS Supermarket in April 2010.
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