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Cinemas in Nottingham: an illustrated talk by Graham Woodward

Nottingham Central Library, 1 Carrington Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 7FH
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Saturday 13th July | 2024 | 10am - 12pm
Nottingham Central Library
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From around 1910 picture houses began to appear in Nottingham. Discover what it would have been like to go to the pictures in those early days, and how that experience changed through the 20th century. Find out how many picture houses there were in Nottingham at the height of cinema going – and do any of the buildings still remain?

The Marsh Forum is a heritage partnership between Nottingham Local Studies Library, Nottinghamshire Local History Association, Nottingham Civic Society, The Thoroton Society and the Nottingham Women's History Group which runs a programme of Nottingham related talks throughout the year.

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