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The Central/Plaza
The Central opened on Easter Monday 1915. The cinema replaced the demolished Bijou hall. The Bijou hall was the earliest building in Great Yarmouth to show moving pictures...
The Regal/ABC
The Regal opened in January 1934 with a grand ceremony attended by the film star Merle Oberon...
The Regent
The Regent accommodated 1,679, fifty of whom could pay for the privilege of a box...
The Royal Aquarium/Hollywood
The Hollywood was built in 1883, originally as the Royal Aquarium...
Britannia Pier
The original Britannia Pier pavilion were known to screen early Biograph films...
The Empire
This was the first building in Great Yarmouth designed purely for the showing of films. It could seat some 800 persons in comfort...
The Marina Picture Palace
The Marina Picture Palace was originally an Gt Yth Barron's Extextended part of the Barron Sea-View hotel...
The Hippodrome
The Hippodrome opened for circus variety in 1903. It remains one of the country’s oldest cinema venues...
The Gem/Windmill
This became Norfolk’s first permanent cinema, opening in July 1908. The Gem was...