Cosy Grove Cinema

431 Commercial Road,
Hazel Grove, SK7 4AD

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Architects: Charles Robert Locke

Previous Names: Hazel Grove Cinema, Grove Cinema

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Cosy Grove Cinema

Located in Hazel Grove, Cheshire, southeast of Stockport, and today within Greater Manchester. The Hazel Grove Cinema was opened on 3rd February 1913. The architect was Charles Robert Locke of Stockport. It had a 16ft wide proscenium It went through several operators in the 1910’s and in March 1929, new operators took over and they installed Western Electric(WE) sound equipment when “The Donovan Affair” became the first ‘talkie’ to play at the now re-named Grove Cinema on 10th March 1930.

In November 1946 another operator took over and it was re-named Cosy Grove Cinema. It was closed in June 1961, to be demolished with plans for a supermarket to be built on the site, but these plans were refused. In October 1961 plans were approved to build a new postal delivery and sorting office on the site and the Cosy Grove Cinema was demolished soon after.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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