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Palace Cinema


2004 Photo from the Ken Roe collection
Central Promenade
Douglas UK

Record #5656  
 Opened: 1988
Capacity: 439 seats
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Information for this tour was contributed by Ken Roe.

The Palace Cinema is built within the shell of what was originally part of the Palace Pavilion entertainment complex, constructed in 1889. The Coliseum Theatre section of the complex was demolished in 1965 and the adjacent Palace ballroom was demolished in 1994 and the land now serves as a car park for the cinema.

The Palace Cinema has 2 screens, one with 319 seats and screen 2 has 120 seats.

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August 2004 photos from the Ken Roe collection.


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Last featured 1/28/2006. Last edited 1/28/2006.

 
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