Broadway Cinema facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBroadway Cinema
Broadway Cinema in 2012
|Address||14-18 Broad Street|
|Town or city||Nottingham|
|Current tenants||Broadway Cinema|
|Cost||£6 million (2006 re-development)|
|Owner||Broadway Cinema Ltd|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||S. S. Rawlinson|
It is located in the Hockley area. In 2009, it was rated as one of the best cinemas in the world by Total Film magazine.
The cinema began life as the Broad Street Wesleyan Church,
Since the 1960s Broadway has housed the Co-operative Education Centre, Nottingham Film Society, City Lights Cinema and, in 1982, the Broadway Cinema.
In 2006 Broadway went through a major development with funding from the National Lottery and the Arts Council.
Between 1998 and 2008, Broadway hosted a series of festivals on British Silent Cinema, in conjunction with the British Film Institute. In 2009, this festival moved to the Barbican Centre in London.
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