Derek Clemans… I went to see Slade in flame there.
Dizz Corinne Ryder… me too!
Peter Houghton… Didn’t they used to call it the flea pit?
Alan Esdaile… That was The Orion, Pete.
Nick Prince… no the Curzon was the best in the borough at the time of closing
Janine Anne Scott… My Grandma was an usherette there in the 60s.
Dennis Torrance… Sad when it went Remember wet winter Sunday afternoons in there with old girlfriend they used to bring tea trolley around great service and some great films
Alan Esdaile… remember the tea trolley. Used to get the old film posters from the manager.
Christina Prentice… My auntie Winnie took me there to see escape from witch mountain!!!!
Mike Mitchell… Ah that wonderful tea trolley pushed along by a lady in a checked nylon house coat. Tea always came in cup *and* saucer no less!
And the manager was always standing outside in dinner jacket and bow tie to greet you. Happy days!
Nick Prince… The Curzon closed seven days after the Penguin did. A week later, the White Rock Pavilion showed its last film. It wasn’t uncommon to get several films a year there
Kevin White… My dad was a projectionist there in the 50’s or 60’s.I used to get in free as a kid as he knew the manager at the time. Mum used to send me down there with some sandwiches during the summer holidays when I was getting on her nerves,bless her cotton socks.So quite often
Ralph Town… I saw a re run of “Man who fell to Earth” in 77 too.I got press book,poster,photos THE LOT!