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Date Posted: Thu, 07 May 2009, 18:39:49
Author: Steve
Subject: Re: Heeley Coliseum
In reply to: fannywints 's message, "Re: Heeley Coliseum" on Tue, 24 Mar 2009, 19:04:56

>>Is any part of 'Heeley Coliseum'picture house
>>still standing, or was it all totaly demolished?
>as far as I know it was totally demolished are you old
>enough to remember paying 7pence to see films there
>sitting in the Pit in seats with no arm between for
>courting couples sucking a trianguler Mayjoy
Thanks for your reply fw,
No I'm not old enough to remember that.
But a friend of mine is,
and he is sill persistent,
that the main structure of the 'Heeley Coliseum'
still stands?
He states that only the front entrance was removed.
Steve.

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