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19 The Agricultural Hall Cinema NR2 4SE The Agricultural Hall was opened in 1882 to serve the farming community of Norfolk. As well as being a venue for agricultural events, the main hall was used for lectures and entertainment.
18 The Grosvenor Rooms Cinema Grosvenor House , 112-114 Prince Of Wales Road , Norwich , Norfolk, NR1 1NS One of the least documented cinemas was established in the New Assembly Rooms, which occupied a site known as Grosvenor House
17 Theatre Royal Cinema Theatre Street, NR2 1RL A place of entertainment has stood on the site of the present theatre, in Theatre Street, since 1730 when the White Swan pub became the venue for the Norwich Company of Comedians...
16 The Capitol Cinema Aylsham Road, Norwich NR3 2RE Built in 1932 to serve the growing estate of Mile Cross and the Northern suburbs. In the 1960s became the Norwood Rooms...
15 The Ritz Cinema Marl Pit Ln Norwich NR5 8UA Built to serve the growing Larkman Estate. More recently recognisable as Holbourn tyres...
14 The Thatched Theatre Cinema All Saints Green, Norwich NR1 3LX The Thatched Theatre began as The Thatched Assembly rooms, featuring a restaurant and an elegant ballroom.
13 The Mayfair Cinema 114 Magdalen Street Norwich NR3 1JD 1912 – 1956, Norwich’s first purpose built cinema. A venture by Charles Thurston who successfully introduced moving pictures to the fairgrounds at the turn of the century...
12 The Empire Cinema Oak Street, Norwich NR3 3AQ The Empire first opened its doors in 1913 closed 1940. Despite a reputation as a ‘Flea Pit’ it attracted a regular and varied audience until the Second World War.
11 Electric Theatre Cinema Prince of Wales Rd Norwich Norfolk NR1 1NY The Electric (aka The Norvic), Open 1912-1961. Situated on Prince of Wales Road, The Electric opened it’s doors on Boxing Day 1912.
10 Theatre De-Luxe Cinema St Andrews St, Norwich NR2 4TP 1910 saw the arrival of the Theatre De Luxe to St. Andrews street, established by the Electric Theatres...
09 The Regent Cinema Prince of Wales Rd, Norwich NR1 1NJ AKA the ABC and Cannon, This is Norwich’s longest running cinema. It’s first film was ‘the Prisoner of Zenda’ on its opening night on 3rd December 1923...
08 The Odeon Cinema Botolph St, Norwich NR3 1DT Open 1938-1971. The old Odeon, in Botolph Street, first opened in February 7th 1938 with a screening of ‘The Sky’s The Limit’...
07 The Haymarket Cinema Hay Hill, Norwich NR2 1QL Open 1911-1959, First opened on February 18th 1911 as ‘The Picture House’. Ten years later in May 1921, the building was demolished and re-built. The new cinema was renamed as ‘The Haymarket’...
06 The Noverre Cinema Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RQ In 1950, the Noverre cinema opened in the Assembly House. Later it temporarily housed the Norfolk & Norwich Film Theatre, now the trustees of the site of the current Cinema City...
05 Regal Cinema Dereham Rd, Norwich, NR2 4HX opened on April 6th 1938 at a time when projectionists in London were beginning to strike. The interior was based loosely on the design of the old Odeon cinema...
04 Hippodrome Cinema St Giles Street, NR2 1JL Open 1903-1960 This cinema was officially opened in 1903 as the Grand Opera House before changing its name to ‘The Hippodrome’ several years later. Located in St Giles.
03 Carlton Cinema All Saints Green Norwich NR1 3NA Formerly The Carlton and Gaumont Cinemas, until recently Mecca Bingo, demolished 2014
02 Cinema City Cinema St Andrews Street, Norwich, NR2 4AD/ 52.630561, 1.295936 Cinema City Norwich