Information for this tour was contributed by Gordon McLeod & Allan Barnes.
The Capitol Theatre opened in 1908 as the Gem, showing silent films in a previously constructed building. The name was changed to Princess in 1917 during the war and talkies arrived in 1930 with a new sound system. A wider screen was installed in 1954.
2008 photos from the Allan P Barnes collection.
Photos from the Gordon McLeod collection.
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