|The Southwold Electric Picture Palace|
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The Electric Picture Palace was opened by Michael Palin in May 2002. It is named after the first Southwold cinema which began to operate in 1912 (in York Road where the Surgery now stands) and follows the style of this period. It has 70 authentic cinema seats, a box office, kiosk, circle, organ, air-conditioning, etc., plus space for a wheelchair.
The Electric Picture Palace is owned and run by Southwold Film Society. From 2008 a Wedding Licence has been held. If you would like to hire this venue for a wedding please do get in touch. The Electric Picture Palace is also available for private party cinema occasions. Contact Box Office for further details (see below).
Tours of the Electric Picture Palace
SOUTHWOLD FILM SOCIETY
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