Movie Palaces #130 – ODEON THEATRES at BOSTON, BOLTON, & BURNLEY – 1937


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Movie Palaces #130 – THREE MORE 1937 ODEON THEATRES at BOSTON, BOLTON and BURNLEY. Odeon Theatres were opening new cinemas almost every week at this time in 1937. A pretty hectic time for Harry Weedon and his assistants! Theatre details below :-

The ODEON THEATRE, South Square, BOSTON, Lincolnshire was opened Wednesday 18th August 1937. The architect was Harry Weedon assisted by Budge Reid. 1592 seats were provided at a cost of £32,600.

The ODEON THEATRE, Ash Burner Street, BOLTON, Lancashire was opened Saturday 21st August 1937. Architect Harry Weedon assisted by W. Calder Robson. The theatre cost £49,500 and 2534 seats were provided. Compton Organ installed.

The ODEON THEATRE, Gunsmith Lane, BURNLEY, Lancashire was opened Saturday 28th August 1937. Architect was once again Harry Weedon assisted by Robert Bullivant. There were 2136 seats and the theatre cost £42,517 to construct.

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