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Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

This photograph of the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington Spa was taken by John Wright. The room has been arranged with long tables that are set out for a meal. The Royal Spa Centre was opened as an entertainment ...

Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

The Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa, in March 1977. The Royal Spa Centre was opened as an entertainment venue in June 1972, and includes a theatre, cinema and bars.

Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

Black and white photograph of the stage inside the Royal Spa Centre on Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa. This photograph was produced by Courier Photographic Services. © Courtesy of the Leamington Spa ...

Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

This colour trasparency depicts a view of the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington Spa.

Rugby. Bank Street, Regent Cinema

The Regent Cinema in Bank Street, Rugby. Opened May 22nd 1920 as the Picture House, became the Regent Cinema in 1930 then the Regent Theatre in 1936. The name was changed to the Century in July 1955, ...

Rugby. Henry Street, Theatre

Rugby Theatre in Henry Street. Opened in 1913 by B. Morris of Bilton as the Empire Picture Palace. In 1917 it was known as the Picture Palace then, in 1923, the Scala Cinema. In 1949 it opened as the ...

Rugby. High Street, Palace Cinema

The Rugby Palace Cinema on upper floor of Town hall in High Street. First appears as Vint's Palace Cinema in Rugby Directory, 1913. Building burned down on 30th January 1921. 1920 [The Town Hall had ...

Rugby. New Palace Theatre

The New Palace Theatre, Railway Terrace, Rugby. 1911

Rugby. North Street, building the Plaza Cinema

The building of the Plaza Cinema, later renamed The Granada, Rugby. 1930

Rugby. North Street, Plaza Cinema

The Plaza Cinema in North Street, Rugby, was opened in 1933 by the Mayor of Rugby (Alderman J. J. McKinnell). On 26th May 1946 the name was changed to Granada Cinema. Onlookers, including children looking ...

Rugby. North Street, Plaza Cinema

Plaza Cinema later renamed the Granada, Rugby. 1983

Rugby. North Street, Plaza Cinema

The Plaza Cinema, Rugby. 1940s

Rugby. Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre, Rugby. showing "Uncle Tom's Cabin". 1910s

Rugby. Railway Terrace

The Regal Cinema in Railway Terrace, Rugby. 1950s

Rugby. Railway Terrace, Hippodrome Theatre

The Hippodrome Theatre in Railway Terrace, Rugby. Opened as the Palace Theatre in 1910, became the Hippodrome in 1913, the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1924 and the Regal Cinema from 1924 to 1953 when ...

Russian Quatercentenary Medal

This bronze medal was made in USSR for the four-hundredth anniversary in 1964 of Shakespeare's birth. Designed by I. Daragan. One side features a bust of Shakespeare derived from the Droeshout engraving. ...

Shipston on Stour. Picture House

The Picture House, Shipston on Stour. Men and boys in street. [ The posters are advertising "Calamity Anne Takes a Trip" which was an American, short silent film, which wasn't released till 1913. "On ...

Stratford upon Avon. Memorial Theatre

The Memorial Theatre seen across the River Avon, Stratford upon Avon. 1900s