Palladium Cinema

Waterloo Road,
Burslem, ST6

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Previously operated by: Essoldo Circuit (Contol) Ltd., S.M. Super Cinemas, Ltd.

Previous Names: Burslem Cinema Theatre

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Located in the potteries town of Burslem, Staffordshire. The Burslem Cinema Theatre was opened in 1910. It stood on the corner of Waterloo Road and Cleveland Street, adjacent to the Skating Rink, which became the Burslem Picture Palace in 1911 (later the site of the Palace Cinema/Essoldo).

The Burslem Cinema Theatre was re-named Palladium Cinema in the 1920’s. It was closed on 28th June 1941 with George Brent in “Till We Meet Again” & Ronald Reagan in “Murder in the Air”. In 1948 it was sold the Southan Morris chain S. M. Super Cinemas Ltd. and then to the Newcastle upon Tyne based Essoldo chain, but neither of these companies re-opened the cinema. It was last used as a health food shop.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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