RAYNERS LANE GROSVENOR CINEMA

7.5in high, 6.5in wide, 3in deep & 3lb approximately.

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Rayners Lane Grosvenor Cinema is a historic cinema located in the Rayners Lane area of Harrow, London. The cinema has been a popular destination for movie-goers since it first opened its doors in 1935. Over the years, the cinema has undergone several renovations and upgrades, but it has managed to retain its old-world charm and elegance.

One of the unique features of Rayners Lane Grosvenor Cinema is its Art Deco style architecture. The cinema's facade is adorned with striking geometric patterns and decorative motifs, which were typical of the Art Deco period. Inside, the cinema boasted a spacious auditorium that could accommodate up to 500 people. The auditorium was equipped with state-of-the-art sound and projection systems to provide an immersive movie experience to its patrons.

In addition to its rich history and architectural splendor, Rayners Lane Grosvenor Cinema was also known for its diverse movie selection. The cinema screened a wide range of films, including the latest Hollywood blockbusters, independent films, and classic movies. The cinema also hosted special screenings, such as film festivals and events, to cater to the varied tastes of its audience.

For movie-goers looking for a unique cinematic experience, Rayners Lane Grosvenor Cinema was the perfect destination. Its rich history, stunning architecture, and diverse movie selection made it a must-visit for anyone who loved movies.



EDITION

Open edition - signed and dated

ARCHITECT

Frank Ernist Bromidge, 1935, Art Deco

DIMENSIONS

7.5in high, 6.5in wide, 3in deep & 3lb approximately.

LOCATION

London, United Kingdom

MATERIALS

Handmade: Plaster, metal etching

RETURNS

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ADDRESS

Chisel & Mouse, Unit 1 Hooklands Farm, Scaynes Hill, West Sussex, RH17 7NG, UK.
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