EVERYMAN CINEMA CRYSTAL PALACE: THE WRAPPINGS OFF THE TOP FLOOR!…

The covers and scaffolding have been removed from the upper part of the new Everyman cinema at 25 Church Road Crystal Palace. Scaffolding remains at the lower level prior to the outside canopy over the entrance being installed.

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CINEMA OPEN BEFORE CHRISTMAS? Campaigners meet Everyman bosses

Members of the Picture Palace Campaign / Cinema4CrystalPalace met Crispin Lilly, chief executive officer of Everyman Cinemas at Bar Joe on Church Road last week. The meeting was to discuss the new Everyman venue on the site of the original cinema at 25 Church Road, Crystal Palace. As News From Crystal Palace has previously reported … Continue reading CINEMA OPEN BEFORE CHRISTMAS? Campaigners meet Everyman bosses

EVERYMAN CINEMA CRYSTAL PALACE – HERE’S A ‘TRAILER’

Here's a 'trailer' of what the revamped cinema  building at 25 Church Road, Crystal Palace will look like. The drawing is included in a planning application submitted to Bromley council for approval. The application is for external alterations including replacement windows and doors, installation of door to auditorium side elevation, installation of stairs and door … Continue reading EVERYMAN CINEMA CRYSTAL PALACE – HERE’S A ‘TRAILER’

CINEMA GROUP APPLY FOR PREMISES LICENCE AT 25 CHURCH ROAD

Everyman cinema group have applied for a premises licence for the cinema building at 25 Church Road. The application is for "the provision of regular entertainment (including plays, films, live music, recorded music, performances of dance or any things of a similar description Sunday to Thursday 8am to 11pm / Friday and Saturday 11am to … Continue reading CINEMA GROUP APPLY FOR PREMISES LICENCE AT 25 CHURCH ROAD

GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE: WE’RE GETTING OUR CINEMA BACK!!!!!!! (Part Two)

Yesterday's wonderful news that Crystal Palace is set to get a cinema back for the first time in 50 years saw social media go into meltdown. Our story yesterday got a massive 631 hits in just over 12 hours - a record for a single day. Posts on social media include: Picture Palace Campaign: At … Continue reading GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE: WE’RE GETTING OUR CINEMA BACK!!!!!!! (Part Two)

GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE: WE’RE GETTING OUR CINEMA BACK!!!!!!!

Crystal Palace is getting a cinema back - for the first time in almost 50 years.   Everyman Cinemas are set to acquire the  building at 25 Church Road - which closed as a cinema in 1968 -subject to them getting a full premises licence with alcohol for the premises.   The FOUR-SCREEN cinema could … Continue reading GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE: WE’RE GETTING OUR CINEMA BACK!!!!!!!

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PICTURE PALACE CAMPAIGN

Queens Hotel 18 October 2009 We are writing to update you about important developments that mark a critical milestone in our eight-year campaign to secure a professionally run, fully operational cinema at 25 Church Road - our town centre’s only large, dedicated D2 entertainment venue. These developments also mark a potential turning point in the … Continue reading IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PICTURE PALACE CAMPAIGN

BUSINESSMAN OFFERS TO BUY CINEMA BUILDING FOR TEN PER CENT ABOVE MARKET RATE

BUSINESSMAN OFFERS TO BUY CINEMA BUILDING FOR TEN PER CENT ABOVE MARKET RATE A CRYSTAL PALACE businessman has offered to buy the former cinema building at 25 Church Road for ten per cent MORE than its current market value - but has been turned down. The building is currently owned by KICC  (Kingsway International Christian … Continue reading BUSINESSMAN OFFERS TO BUY CINEMA BUILDING FOR TEN PER CENT ABOVE MARKET RATE

BAPTISMAL FONT UNCOVERED AT ‘OPEN DAY’ IN CINEMA BUILDING – Councillors anger at being ‘misled’

BAPTISMAL FONT UNCOVERED AT 'OPEN DAY' IN CINEMA BUILDING - Councillors anger at being 'misled' VISITORS TO an open day organised by the Pentecostal church which owns the former cinema building at 25 Church Road found something they didn't expect - a baptismal font. The font has long been rumoured to have been installed despite … Continue reading BAPTISMAL FONT UNCOVERED AT ‘OPEN DAY’ IN CINEMA BUILDING – Councillors anger at being ‘misled’