Old Irish Cinemas and Theatres

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The Ritz cinema, Cork Old Irish, Cork City, Cinema Theatre, Camera Obscura, Old Photos, Theatres, History, Buildings, Cinema Movie Theater

The Cinemas of Cork

I remember the Capitol and Lee cinemas, but I don’t remember The Ritz and I was never in the Savoy before the cinema was shut down. via Bells of Shandon.

Architect: Moore & Crabtree The former Savoy Cinema had a jazzy Art Deco façade but the interior was atmospheric in style. A narrow street frontage on Patrick Street led into a long entrance ha… Old Pictures, Old Photos, Savoy Theatre, Old Irish, Cork City, Cinema Theatre, Dublin, Facade, Theatres

1932 – Former Savoy Cinema, Cork

Architect: Moore & Crabtree The former Savoy Cinema had a jazzy Art Deco façade but the interior was atmospheric in style. A narrow street frontage on Patrick Street led into a long entrance h…

I remember the Capitol and Lee cinemas, but I don't remember The Ritz and I was never in the Savoy before the cinema was shut down. via Bells of Shandon. Old Irish, Cinema Theatre, Camera Obscura, Old Photos, Cork, Broadway, Theatres, Buildings, College

The Cinemas of Cork

I remember the Capitol and Lee cinemas, but I don’t remember The Ritz and I was never in the Savoy before the cinema was shut down. via Bells of Shandon.

Slaters Cinema House on Burrin Street, Carlow Old Irish, Theatres, Cinema, Street, House, Painting, Movies, Home, Painting Art

Slaters Cinema House on Burrin Street, Carlow c1915

The Ormonde cinema in Middleton, Co. Urban Pictures, Old Irish, Cork City, Lost In Space, Theatres, Christmas Books, New Books, Cinema, House Styles

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

29 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Late October/Early November is one of the busiest times for book releases, as publishers vie to secure a place on the Christmas book market. ̶…

 This was built in the late on Sexton Street by two O’Sullivan brothers from Corbally. It was closed and then re-opened in 1953 as City Theatre. The building still stands and is used by Shannon Furniture today. Sullivan Brothers, Cinema Center, World Theatre, Old Irish, Still Standing, Concert Hall, The Past, Theatres, Concerts

Limerick Cinemas - Limerick Cinemas of the Past and Present

Up until the 1970s Limerick cinemas were an important form of entertainment and as such there were many kinds catering to the population.

Slaters Cinema House on Burrin Street, Carlow Old Irish, Theatres, Cinema, Street, House, Painting, Movies, Home, Painting Art

Slaters Cinema House on Burrin Street, Carlow c1915

Grand Central Cinema, Bedford Row , Limerick early 1930s. The Central Hall was originally built as a Wesleyan Methodist Church in 1821. It was re-opened by Paul Barnard as a cinema in November 1922.The cinema closed completely in 2004. The old art deco facade has been completely demolished and the original church frontage is encased in a new modern building Limerick City, Central Hall, Old Irish, Theatres, Old Art, Modern Buildings, 1930s, The Row, Facade

Grand Central Cinema, Bedford Row , Limerick early 1930s. The Central Hall was originally built as a Wesleyan Methodist Church in 1821. It was re-opened by Paul Barnard as a cinema in November 1922.The cinema closed completely in 2004. The old art deco facade has been completely demolished and the original church frontage is encased in a new modern building

Opened by the Lord Mayor Alfie Byrne in 1936 The Leinster Cinema wasn’t a financial success and closed as a cinema in May Turned into an ice rink, it was finally demolished in 2004 and an apartment building constructed on the site Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Old Irish, Ice Rink, Financial Success, Dolphins, Ireland

1936 – Leinster Cinema, Dolphins Barn, Dublin

Architect: Robinson & Keefe Opened late 1936 and was designed to seat 1250 patrons. Opened by the Lord Mayor Alfie Byrne, it wasn’t a financial success and closed as a cinema in May 1968.…

In Galway on November the Estoria Cinema opened at Nile Lodge. It had 776 seats. The first film that was shown there was The Great Waltz with Lins Rainer. The Perils Of Pauline, Lonesome Pine, Deanna Durbin, Kit Carson, Most Popular Movies, Gone With The Wind, Opening Night, Phantom Of The Opera, Theatres

The palace of dreams

Eighty nine years ago this week, on November 22, 1939, the Estoria Cinema opened at Nile Lodge. It had 776 seats and two showings a night at 6.45pm and 8.45pm. It cost two shillings to sit in the balcony and the prices for the parterre were 1/4 and 9d (including tax ). There were matinees on Thursdays (half day in Galway ), Saturdays, and Sundays. You could book at the cinema or by phone (Galway 101 ) from 12 noon to 2pm and from 6pm. The building was constructed by John McNally & Co with…

Architect: John F. McGahon & Son Many cinemas in smaller urban centres in Ireland were designed in an Art Deco or early modernist style. This former cinema in Navan, which was converted to apar… Theatres, Facade, Brewing, Irish, Lyrics, Art Deco, Cinema, Urban, Building

1942 – Lyric Cinema, Brew’s Hill, Navan, Co. Meath

Architect: John F. McGahon & Son Many cinemas in smaller urban centres in Ireland were designed in an Art Deco or early modernist style. This former cinema in Navan, which was converted to apar…

The Stella Cinema in Bantry, Co. Urban Pictures, Old Irish, Cork City, Bob Hope, Comedy Films, Theatres, Christmas Books, Sound Of Music, New Books

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

29 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Late October/Early November is one of the busiest times for book releases, as publishers vie to secure a place on the Christmas book market. ̶…

The Regal Cinema in Youghal, Cork opened its doors in the summer of The first film shown at the cinema was the Irving Berlin musical Top Hat, starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers John Huston, Irving Berlin, Old Irish, Ginger Rogers, Irish American, Fred Astaire, Theatres, Cork, Musicals

About The Regal Cinema & Wine Bar Youghal

About The Regal Cinema & Wine Bar Youghal - Having first opened its doors in 1936, the newly refurbished Regal Cinema is steeped in history. Learn more!

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL - Google Search Old Irish, Theatres, Cinema, Google Search, Movies, Movie Theater, Teatro

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL - Google Search

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL The Hurst Picture Palace, which was opened in 1916 and destroyed by fire in 1935. Old Irish, Theatres, Palace, Cinema, Street View, Fire, Pictures, Photos, Movies

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL

HURST CINEMA YOUGHAL The Hurst Picture Palace, which was opened in 1916 and destroyed by fire in 1935.