Converted Cinema Gets a Grand Design

The Kensington Palace Cinema in Thorne opened in 1927 with seating for 1,000 in stalls and circle levels. After becoming a Bingo Hall in the 1960s and then a night club, the Palace was left empty in 1998. Only its dilapidated façade and part of the foyer remained when it was purchased by Gwyn ap Harri in 2011. Now fully refurbished as part of the residential conversion, the art deco style façade provides an impressive front elevation for the family’s new build house.

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