Electric Palace and Skating Rink, Anglesey Street, Hednesford

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Date:1912 - 1920 (c.)

Description:Built in 1910 as a roller-skating rink, it was said to have a maple floor the equal of any in the Midlands. It was refurbished in 1912 and the name changed to the Electric Palace, showing films and holding dances on dedicated days. It became the Tivoli cinema in 1932.

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Donor ref:Hednesford 44 (6/45120)

Source: Mr John Godwin

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