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Previous Names: Victoria Assembly Rooms, Charnley's Pictures
Located on Eanam Bridge, not far away from the Alexandra Cinema. The Victoria Assembly Rooms was converted to a cinema around 1907. By 1927 it was managed by the Charnley family, and was re-named Charnley’s Pictures. The building had a stage, and the proscenium was 24 feet wide.
Around 1941 it was re-named Victoria Cinema. It was closed suddenly in April 1960, when staff turned up and had difficulty opening doors inside the building. Soon cracks began to appear, and the cinema was closed and shored up. A surveyor found a sink hole beneath the building and Higher Eanam road outside was closed. The building was demolished and the site is now a car park for the factory next door.
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