Which will probably make no sense to you – explanation on my post in the coffee lounge under Henglers Circus. Casino Shawbridge St, Pollokshaws o. The Rio, Roxy, and the Seamore were the picture halls I went to in my youth. Like an “old time” Karaoke. Glasgow News Police appeal after delivery man assaulted by two men who attempted to rob parcels The year-old victim had to be taken to hospital after he was set upon in Coatbridge on Sunday. Hengler thus had no permanent base in Glasgow until Hubner’s Sauchiehall St operations ran into difficulty, allowing him to take it over in Further afield, the Edinburgh Playhouse not a Green’s was his work too. I know it was the first big red sandstone villa on the left hand side going up Duncruin Street.
The project will see a movie house introduced at the Community Central Hall on Maryhill Road and bring ‘affordable, inclusive’ cinema to people in the local area. Glasgow Scotland Member No.: Nodrog – of no immediate use to you I don’t think, but interesting nonetheless: Do you remember Lennie’s the bakers at Gairbraid Avenue? In the pics below it was a bingo hall, but has since been demolished Somewhere I have the membership card for that club.
They want this to be an accessible cinema, one that will allow people to see classic movies, cult films and family favourites, all at an affordable price. Hi there, I never managed to go to the Roxy – it was knocked down before I was even born The Star on the other hand was known as the “Flea Pit” – itching to get in and scratching to get glasgos.
I know glxsgow was the first big red sandstone villa on the left hand side going up Duncruin Street. My Pappy is going to be 80 this year, and I would love to find him something from the Roxy, a poster, a picture of the Usherettes, a piece of the projector All new members are welcomed, with one caveat: Medicinema Yorkhill Hopsital Medicinema in old lecture theatre.
My Pappy is turning 80 this year and I was hoping that I could find a piece of memorabilia from the Roxy to give him for his birthday Shawlands Picture HousePollokshaws Road o.
Is great to see the place they talked about so much!
Welcome Guest Log In Register. O2 ABC Free school meals to be made available to all pupils in Glasgow primary schools The new scheme will see the programme extended to include all ages up to primary 7. Those old cinema were great, and Going to see Flash gordon in the saturday morning matinee. I am too young to have ever gone there, but my Gran was an Usherette there in the late ‘s and she met my Grandfather, a soldier in the Maryhill barracks at the Roxy.
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Thanks Celtchic and Anne1 for the welcome and the picture! But, my Gran was an Usherette there around the end of the forties, start of the fifties. It is a fantastic story! It is a fantastic story!
The project will see a movie house introduced at the Community Central Hall on Maryhill Road and bring ‘affordable, inclusive’ cinema to people in the local area.
I cinfma to go to the Star on a Saturday morning when i was a wee guy and see all the pictures but you couldn’t hear anything but hi it was fun.
The planning permission for the replacement flats specifically spoke of the cinema being “tired”, which externally it was, although it had been painted regularly.
I use to go to the Star on a Saturday morning when i was a wee guy and see all the pictures but you couldn’t hear anything but hi it was fun. One of the picture halls, I think it was The Star was also known as the local Flea pit. Like an “old time” Karaoke. It’d be nice to complete the set – so can anyone help with any images of the following: Is great to see the place they talked about so much!
Roy Rogers also came to Eastpark Home. Great photo Eddy – any chance we could add it to our Seamore page? In the News Here’s how you can object to plans to demolish O2 ABC after Mackintosh fire Construction expects have said the building is ‘economically unsalvageable and unrepairable’.
New neighbourhood cinema to open in Maryhill
Somewhere I have the membership card for that club. I’m wondering if anyone has any idea what would have happened to the various bits and pieces left after the Roxy was knocked down in Do you remember Lennie’s the bakers at Gairbraid Avenue? New Members L1 Posts: I remember all these picture halls on Maryhill road, and the Rio at Canniesburn.
You can find the cinema on Twitter here. Just before that post, Gap74 said he had a picture of henglers Circus – did you ever post it?