Lyme House Cinema

22 Eccleston Street,
Prescot, L34 5QH

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Previously operated by: J.F. Emery Circuit

Architects: William Ellis

Functions: Retail

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Lyme House Cinema

Located in Prescot, Lancashire, to the east of Liverpool. The Lyme House Cinema was opened in December 1922 with Douglas Fairbanks in “The Three Musketeers”. It was designed by St. Helens based architect William Ellis. It had a 22ft wide proscenium. Around 1929 it was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system. In 1932 and 1933 it was operated by the J.F. Emery Circuit.

The Lyme House Cinema was closed in 1957 with Cliff Richard in “Expresso Bongo”. It was converted into a Lennon’s supermarket, and in 2016 is a Select clothing store.

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