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Images Dated 2022 April

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Mothers and toddlers JLP01_08_020204 Featured April Image

Mothers and toddlers JLP01_08_020204

THURLEIGH AIRFIELD, THURLEIGH, BEDFORD. Parents with their children watching the entertainment at a children's party.
This photograph shows a children's party that was organised by Laing's Welfare staff and members of the Committee for the children of staff working on the Thurleigh Airfield project. The party was held in the Camp Theatre and included clowns, games, a film show, presents from Santa Claus and tea for sixty children

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Granada Theatre NWC01_01_2299 Featured April Image

Granada Theatre NWC01_01_2299

GALA BINGO HALL, MITCHAM ROAD, TOOTING GRAVENEY, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON. Three painted panels beneath a triple colonnade of arches above the balcony in the auditorium of the Gala Bingo Hall.
The Granada Theatre opened in 1931. It closed in 1973 and reopened in 1976 as the Granada Bingo Club, later the Gala Bingo Club. The Granada Theatre is considered to be the most lavishly decorated cinema interior in Britain. Painted panels in the auditorium depict medieval-style figures, including musicians, robed figures, and wimpled ladies. The exact date of this photograph is not known; the original storage case was labelled Tooting Granada March 2004 but the photographs in the case appeared to have been taken on different occassions. It is presumed that the photographs show the building when it was operated by Gala Bingo, since 1991

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Odeon Muswell Hill NWC01_01_2006 Featured April Image

Odeon Muswell Hill NWC01_01_2006

ODEON CINEMA, FORTIS GREEN ROAD, MUSWELL HILL, HARINGEY, GREATER LONDON. The auditorium in the Odeon Cinema, viewed from the side of the circle, showing the curtained screen, proscenium and curved front and ceiling.
The Odeon Cinema opened in 1936. The exterior design of the building was restricted and subdued due to opposition from the church located opposite; the interior was therefore designed to compensate. The auditorium is described as being "the most elaborate interior of any Odeon cinema to survive". It was divided into three screens in 1974, with two screens in beneath the circle and a screen using seating in the circle and the original proscenium and screen; the former front stalls were unused. The cinema was renamed the Everyman Cinema in 2015. In 2016 two pod screens were built in the circle, while the former stalls were brought back into use and, along with the front of the circle, formed a new screen

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