Hide Articles List

7 articles on this Page

LOCAL NEWS.

THE BIOSOOPEI AT' THE PIER…

News
Cite
Share

THE BIOSOOPEI AT' THE PIER THEATRE OF VARITIES. Mr Samuel Hughes, Junr., is to be con- gratulated on the completion of the exten- sive alterations. On Monday last. the Bioscope re-opened after closing ier a fortnight, to enable the contractor, Mr Owen Williams, Church Walks, to carry out the architect's plans. There was a capital attendance of Mr Hughes's regular clientele for the opening, and all were agreed that a complete transformation had taken place in the hall generally, but Eew however are aware of the measures whica have been specially taken to secure any possible chance of danger to the audience, in the case of fire. The requirements of the County Council, an iron-cased en- closure for the Cinematograph machine have been, as previously, carried out but in addition it. has been bricked and I:ti .,cemented, and, the means of egress for the operator is direct into the open and not into the theatre itself, thus making it doubly secure in case of any ignition of the films. We have carefully inspected the whole of the arrangements, and can assure our readers that, in patronising the Theatre of Varieties Bioscope perform- ance, they dQ so with absolute safety. The seating arrangements are excellent, and a distinct, improvement. The pictures have never previously been seen a,t Llandudno, and are well worth a special visit. On the twenty-second instant, Mr Hughes has arranged to give a benefit per- formance for the Hot Pot fund. Th6s is only one of many charitable entertain- ments given by Mr Hughes, he having during his lesseship of the Theatre of Varieties contributed upwards of £50 to charitable objects. £ 2 -:t_

RATE PAYERS'ASSOCIATIO N DEFENDED.

THE ADVERTISER SAYS

COMING EVENTS.

THE L.A.D.S.

[No title]