British Cinemas

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Odeon Cinema, Well Hall Road, Eltham, Greater London before it was finished. The cinema opened in 1936 and was built to the designs of Andrew Mather, a specialist in cinema architecture. Cinema Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Interesting Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Streamline Moderne, Art Deco Movement, London History, Art Deco Buildings, Old London

ViewFinder - Image Details

Results of conducting a search of the ViewFinder database of historic photographs of England.

Gaumont State Cinema - Kilburn - London in 1937 (film showing, on Sunday only, is On The Avenue with Dick Powell and Madeleine Carroll) Saw Ronnie Wood + Keith Richards play here decades later. Cinema Theatre, London Theatre, Theater, Vintage London, Old London, North London, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, London History

ViewFinder - Image Details

Results of conducting a search of the ViewFinder database of historic photographs of England.

Woolwich Odeon 03 by Gordon Haws Bauhaus, Cinema Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Art Deco Buildings, Modern Buildings, Lanscape Design, Neoclassical Architecture, Streamline Moderne, Exotic Art

Woolwich Odeon 03

Explore Gordon Haws' photos on Flickr. Gordon Haws has uploaded 11392 photos to Flickr.

Odeon Cinema, London Road, Isleworth, Hounslow, Greater London Art Deco Buildings, Greater London, Local History, Art Nouveau, Architecture Design, Cinema, England, Mansions, Transportation

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The Trocadero cinema, Elephant and Castle, London later demolished and replaced in 1966 by an Odeon cinema ( designed by Erno Goldfinger) also later demolished. Cinema Theatre, London Theatre, Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Castle Parts, Elephant And Castle, London History

Trocadero Cinema Elephant and Castle interior

The colossal Trocadero cinema ,across the road from the Coronet (ex ABC ex Elephant and Castle ) later demolished and replaced in 1966 by an Odeon ( designed by..Erno Goldfinger ) also later demolished full details on cinema treasures. scan from out of print book : copyright original

Art Deco cinemas: 8 pictures of Odeon cinemas then and now - some might even make you cry Unusual Buildings, Art Deco Buildings, Interesting Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Interesting Stuff, Cinema Architecture, British Architecture, Drawing Architecture, Industrial Architecture

8 pictures of 1930s cinemas then and now

They were once icons of the the 1930s, and some of them still retain their charm, but other grand Odeon cinemas have seen better days.

The downstairs foyer of the Goumont Palace in the venue which later became the Hammersmith Apollo Vintage London, Old London, Hammersmith Apollo, Streamline Art, Cinema Theatre, London History, Art Deco Buildings, Interesting Buildings, Z Arts

Hammersmith Apollo restored to Art Deco glory

London's iconic Art Deco music and comedy venue Hammersmith Apollo to reopen in September after multi-million pound refurbishment.

38 pictures showing how British cinemas have changed in the past 100 years Das Königliche Kino, Marble Arch, London, um 1928 Cinema Theatre, London Theatre, Arts Theatre, Vintage London, Old London, Harbor Lights, London Photos, West End, Silent Film

38 pictures showing how British cinemas have changed in the past 100 years

Travel back through the decades with this gallery of plush picture-houses from the past century.

The wonderful Odeon Cinema building in Clarence Place, Newport. Newport Gwent, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Streamline Moderne, Cymru, Beautiful Buildings, South Wales, Dutch, Cinema

Odeon Cinema

The wonderful Odeon Cinema building in Clarence Place, Newport.

Long before the days of multiplexes, blockbusters and films, Odeon cinema commissioned architectural photographer John Maltby in the to capture images of some high street gems Cinema Architecture, Streamline Moderne, Art Deco Buildings, Architectural Photographers, Constructivism, Building Art, Art Deco Period, Art Deco Design, Brutalist

Picture gallery: 1930s cinemas

Long before the days of multiplexes, blockbusters and 3D films, Odeon cinema commissioned architectural photographer John Maltby in the 1930s to capture images of some high street gems