RIVOLI CINEMA SANDOWN

Maybe talk to the developer companies and come to a deal where you will lease the fabric of the building for a 5 year pilot, if you can’t make it viable and haven’t fundraised by then, they can turn it into flats. A more embarrassing memory is of spilling a bottle of ink in the museum at Carisbrooke Castle, in , when I was twelve. Ive made an offer which has been accepted and I’m selling everything I have but I need help – and if you can’t spare a small amount of cash just spread the word via social media would be enough. A business backer from the local community would also be enormously helpful. How far will people come to see a film? It needs to be a commercial proposition you make of course. Save an Art Deco Cinema!

Any cans of film left under desks and counters that the BFI can restore? My visits to the island have continued over the years, and I generally spend a few days at Sandown each summer, usually at the Alendel Hotel in Sandown where I enjoy the hospitality of Terry and Isobel Purdy. Other areas less so. Save an Art Deco Cinema! On those holidays I remember hearing and meeting some of the popular Christian folk and rock musicians of the day, such as the guitarist Gordon Giltrap, then on the fringes of the Christian scene. The cinema closed long ago, but the building remains and is now a supplier of theatrical costumes, next to the Baptist church. Before anything else you have to get the electrics checked and likely rewired to come to regs, get a decent digital projector, start sorting out your distributor deals, etc.

Screen, speakers etc again nothing special if from the 60’s. Hi Bruce, this sounds like an interesting attempt to save an old cinema, but it’s going to need more than crowd sourced finance, I’d suggest you need a commercial operations backer. Even with the building rescued your clnema would just be starting.

Many years later, inI was in Yarmouth when the BBC filmed a black gospel concert in the town square for broadcasting a couple of weeks later. One of my mother’s more dubious claims to fame is that, as a girl, she knew Dorothy O’Grady, the infamous Sandown landlady wrongly?

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Demolition of Sandown’s former art deco Rivoli cinema agreed

Campaigner “shocked” at demolition plan for former Rivoli Cinema in Sandown. No fresh campaigns to save the iconic landmark have been launched.

Both of my parents spent their childhoods on the island, eventually meeting in Newport, where they both worked. Before anything else you have to get the electrics checked and likely rewired to come to regs, get a decent digital projector, start sorting out your distributor deals, etc. Save an Art Deco Cinema! On those holidays I remember hearing and meeting some of the popular Christian folk and rock musicians of the day, such as the guitarist Gordon Giltrap, then on the fringes of the Christian scene.

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Homes plan for Sandown’s Rivoli cinema site. The building, more than years old, was used as rivoki costume warehouse untilwhen the owner moved to new premises. Controversial plans for 66 homes at Northwood recommended for approval 8. Sudden death of woman in her 30s at Newport property. The details can be found here: I also spent additional weeks at Freshwater with my cousin, Tony.

Seats will make a few quid, but really less than you think. Oxford is chock full of students who enjoy foreign and intelligent film. Get involved with the news in your community. Please try one of rivli supported browsers. Old promotional tat for great 80’s films?

A former art deco cinema on the Isle of Wight is to be demolished to make way for housing.

My visits to the island have continued over the years, and I generally spend a few days at Sandown each summer, usually at the Alendel Hotel in Sandown where I enjoy the hospitality of Terry and Isobel Purdy. How about appealing to one of the chains like City Screen recently bought by Cineworld who operate art house venues under the picturehouses brand?

Having two sets of grandparents on the island, my parents, my two brothers, Alan and Neil, and I spent almost all of our summer holidays on the IOW in the s and s, usually spending one week at Freshwater and one week at Lake. Page load failed Please check your internet connection and refresh the page. Any cans of film left under desks and counters that the BFI can restore? In those days, we often attended the services at Colwell Baptist Church, where the minister was Mr. Founder of the Isle of Wight Film festival, Bruce Webb, had campaigned for the last two years to try raise the money to takeover cinema.

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Surveyors had raised concerns about the structural stability of the cinema – which was built in Factory expansion to create new Isle of Wight jobs A business backer from the local community would also be enormously helpful. This was not appreciated by the attendant who had just cleaned the floor! Chrome Firefox Safari Edge. Then local conservation groups, BFI, etc.

My paternal grandparents lived in the house called Sarsfeld, in Copse Lane, Freshwater, and lived there until they moved to the mainland in Maybe talk to the developer companies and come to a deal where you will lease the fabric of the building for a 5 year pilot, if you can’t make it viable and haven’t fundraised by then, they can turn it into flats.

Can you fill seats a night? See our article comments House Rules here. Five properties will be built on the land. The plans are for a pair of semi-detached three-bedroomed houses and a terrace of four with two bedrooms. Log in to respond. Transformation of Priory Bay is recommended for approval by Isle of Wight planning officers 4. Attractions such as the the Roman Villa at Brading were much appreciated.

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