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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 6:12 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

norrie wrote:
Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, 1980 Chris Doak ?



Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, no photo ID


Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, no photo ID


Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, no photo ID


Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, no photo ID



Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, no photo ID



Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, 1992



Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun, 1993

That's my Fiat Tempera at the steps


Parade Cinema, Meadowpark st,Dennistoun,4th March 2008


Rear of Parade Cinema, from Marne st,Dennistoun,4th March 2008


Parade Cinema, 200 Meadowpark st, Dennistoun
Opened 14-2-1921 by George Smith and James Welsh
Architect Stoddart and Paterson
Sat 1,436
Sold to Gaumont 1928
Closed 3-8-1961
Bingo for a few years
Reopened at New Parade Cinema 30-6-1969
Closed 7-4-1986
Derelict for a spell
Reopened as a pub 1993
Closed, building is still there, according to Google earth


Great pics, saw so many classic films in there. I think the pic of the manager is from
1984 as the poster looks like the 2nd Indiana Jones film.


It's gone, by the way. Knocked down a few years back.




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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Hi James, thanks, for letting me know, I will amend my post
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Aye try getting in to see a movie for £1.20 noo  
Loved the old fleapit ...spent many a day in here seen everything from Evel Knievel, Force 10 from Naverone all the way through to Back to the Future
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Hi Cybers £4  each for Senior Citizens on Mondays at The Quay or my Meercat, two for one ticket, being a wee bit older has some advantages
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Hi Cybers £4  each for Senior Citizens on Mondays at The Quay or my Meercat, two for one ticket, being a wee bit older has some advantages


I think he qualifies for that Norrie......    
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Hi Cybers £4  each for Senior Citizens on Mondays at The Quay or my Meercat, two for one ticket, being a wee bit older has some advantages


I think he qualifies for that Norrie......    


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norrie wrote:
Capitol Cinema, Lorne st,Ibrox, Bruce Peter 100 Years of Glasgow Amazing Cinemas






Capitol Cinema, Lorne st,Ibrox 1992




Changed to Bombay Cinema Lorne st, Ibrox 1998



Lorne st, Brand st, Ibrox 1998




Capitol , Lorne st Ibrox
Opened 11-4-1927 by Harry Kemp
Architect John Fairweather
Sat 2,062
Sold to Gaumont 1928
Renamed Gaumont 1954
Closed 5-8-1961
Became Bingo hall then Indian Cinema

Need to check if this one is still standing


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Hi stuball, I will amend the post, thanks for letting me know
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2016 11:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Really enjoying the old cinema pics :)
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norrie wrote:

Lyric Theatre, Sauchiehall st, Renfield st


The Royalty Theatre, Glasgow (later the Lyric Theatre) was a theatre in Glasgow at the corner of Sauchiehall Street and Renfield Street. It was built in 1879 as part of a development by the Central Halls Company chaired by David Rattray,[1] and was one of the first theatre designs of Frank Matcham. In 1895 it was one of the four theatres brought together by Baillie Michael Simons of Glasgow in a new company Howard & Wyndham Ltd. The Royalty staged plays, opera, and musical comedy and later became home to repertory theatre[2] until it became the Lyric Theatre in 1914 when it was sold to the YMCA.[3] It was rebuilt after a fire in 1953 but eventually demolished in 1959, and replaced by St. Andrew House, a large concrete office block, which is now a hotel.


Norrie, if the Lyric was on the corner of RENFIELD St then it would have been replaced by the present day BHS, and I am sure that was a church on that corner originially. It would have had to have been on the corner of WEST NILE St to have been replaced by St Andrews House


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