Marigold Cultural Centre
605 Prince Street,
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Marigold Cultural Centre (Official)
Previous Names: Centennial Cinemas
The Centennial Cinemas were opened around 1980 on Prince Street in downtown Truro by Famous Players through its operating partner Maritime Theatres. The Centennial Cinemas was originally a twin theatre at its opening, seating 284 and 218 for a total of 502 seats. A third screen was added in 1990 with 245 seats, bringing the seating total to 746. Also in 1990, Famous Players sold the Centennial to Empire Theatres.
The Centennial Cinemas were closed in November 2002 when Empire Theatres opened the Studio 7 Cinemas. The theatre was sold and converted to a live performance space renamed as the Marigold Cultural Centre, with one of the theatres renovated to accommodate stadium seating in the back part of the auditorium space. The converted auditorium seats 208 while the other two screens were renovated to accommodate an art gallery, workshop space, an expanded concession area and offices.
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