Corn Exchange Cinema
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Previous Names: Albert Hall
Located in Colchester, Essex. The Corn Exchange was built in 1844, and opened in April 1845. It screened its first films in 1908, but over the years it was used as a technical school, an art gallery and a repertory theatre. In the early-1930’s it was converted into the Corn Exchange Cinema. It operated as a cinema until 1946.
Owned by Colchester Council, it was re-named Albert Hall and was used by the Colchester Repertory Company until 1972.
It was purchased by the Co-Operative bank and was converted into one of their bank branches.
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