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TEA GARDENS, NEW ROYALTY KINEMA, BRIXTON HILL

Proposed Tea Gardens at the New Royalty Kinema, adjacent to Arodene Road, Brixton Hill. It was approved by the LCC for five years as a temporary structure and features included a stage for a band. The cinema began as Pyke's Circuit Cinematograph Theatre in 1910-11 and around 1920 it became the 'New Royalty Kinema', lasting until World War II.From Drainage Records, dated 25th October 1920.Ref: LBL/DCEPS/DRG/203

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Collection:Drainage Records
Image type:Drawing
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Ref:11264
Original ref:LBL/DECPS/DRG/203
Date:1920

1901 - 1925BRIXTON HILLBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREDrainage RecordsDrawingENTERTAINMENTFOOD AND DRINKROADS AND STREETS

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