Odeon Cinema, Preston


I’d not really seen much from here, Millhouse is the man when it comes to access, so everything ran smoothly.

Apart from the above the best part of the cinema is the hole that faces onto the street. You can shout anything you like at the rough birds from Preston and they have no idea what’s going on, if you’re adventurous you can get right upto the fencing and touch a coppers stab-proof vest. 

The place opened its doors in 1928 and shut back in 1992, over it’s time it ran under the Provincial Cinematography Theatres, Gaumont and finally the Odeon.

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