Glynn Cinema
As it was!

Glynn Cinema, Wrexham (Looking Back)

THIS week’s jottings have jumped the queue, but who can resist such a splendid piece of nostalgia as the postcard of the long defunct Glynn Cinema, passed to me by the Down Memory Lane editor. [more]

Palace Cinema, Broughton

Palace Cinema, Broughton

Palace Cinema, Broughton. Opened on Monday 7th December 1936 with 443 Seats showing the film ‘Limelight’. British Sound and Projection equipment installed at the Palace were said to be ‘far superior to anything that they [more]

Cinema & Theatre

Stiwt Theatre – Rhosllanerchrugog

The Stiwt Theatre. Formerly the “Miner’s Institute” (Plas Mwynwyr), which was built in 1926 and dominated the social and cultural life of the village until 1977 when it closed. The local council, which had purchased [more]

Cinema & Theatre

Restoration of the Iconic Hippodrome Light.

Restoration of the Hippodrome Light The Hippodrome Light.  A brief history. “For people in the 1920’s and 30’s cinema going was the ultimate form of escapism.  Films were getting bigger and better with budgets starting [more]