MAYFAIR CINEMA WHITEFIELD

Ian on December 22, at This was done in an unusual way and resulted in a better cinema than the original. At the time he, said the original cinema building had a lot of wasted space due to its lofty ceilings. Ian on August 19, at 7: In December, , there was a severe attack on the Manchester area and damage in Whitefield was reported at Stand Unitarian Church. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice. A note to our American cousins — local government in the UK is funded largely though a local taxation called Council Tax which is levied on the basis of the value of domestic properties.

The next morning, only girders and some brickwork remained. At the former screen end of the building a new proscenium and screen was constructed twisted 90 degrees from the original and the walls were rounded off to give an oval cinema. From the late s, successful businessmen like Saul Hyman built new homes for themselves in the then undeveloped Ringley Road area near the newly rebuilt Whitefield Golf Club. Mr Woolf, known as “Hymie”, was a very popular man and took over the running of the Mayfair, after the Palace closed on New Year’s Day, In this special report, Dr Yaakov Wise, a research fellow at the Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Manchester, gives an insight into the history of Jewish settlement in Prestwich and Whitefield. Many local historians believe the mainstream Jewish residential move into Prestwich was a post-First World War phenomenon, but that is incorrect. Competition from the multiplex cinemas meant that the Mayfair was weeks behind in getting new films to the audiences. The cinema remained, surviving another major blaze in , which closed the doors for only six weeks.

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Mr Woolf, known as “Hymie”, was a very popular man and took over the running of the Mayfair, after the Palace closed on New Year’s Day, Maurice Stohler rented 19 Hardman Avenue in whiyefield the next year Isidore Shor, a cloth merchant, moved into number 20 across the road.

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The Mayfair survived war damage but the first of two major fires struck the cinema on Friday, April 4, The billiard hall whihefield door was pressed into service, once more becoming a cinema eleven months later, the Mayfair Junior.

In its last years, the entire complex became a furniture store.

Later to become known as The Palace, inthe cinema was taken over by Red Rose Cinemas Ltd in wuitefield a director of the company, Mr Hyman Woolf, became general manager. Player ratings Manchester United player ratings: Audiences had seen Gary Cooper starring in The Westerner but by 11pm, the cinema was ablaze.

Who is Anna Williamson? Piccadilly Gardens Man stabbed in Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester city centre Officers were called after a man was attacked on Sunday evening. Mr Lazarus, down on his luck as a tailor, had become the beadle and caretaker of the new Prestwich Jewish cemetery.

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TV Celebs Go Dating How two brothers went from a cupboard in a pub to kitting out England’s heroes The former cinema was torn down in Get involved with the news in your community. A series of photos interior and exterior taken in here, whilst it was still operating as a cinema: Leigh Young man who died after his bike crashed into car named. The year-old has appeared as an expert on a whole host of television shows including This Morning and Good Morning Britain as an agony aunt and psychology expert.

Many local historians believe the mainstream Jewish residential move into Prestwich was a post-First World War phenomenon, but that is incorrect. The following April, it was announced that the smaller auditorium was to be turned into an Indian restaurant. Recent comments view all 4 comments.

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The first Jewish couple to live in Prestwich were Henry Simon Lazarus, born aroundand his wife Mary, born around who appear in the census at Mxyfair Cottages, Prestwich Village, with their daughter Eliza, born around and baby Lazarus Barnett, aged one. This show the balcony remains being ripped out — note the lack of seating under the balcony area.

Competition from the multiplex cinemas meant that the Mayfair was weeks behind in getting new films to the audiences. Wbitefield third generation had, by the very early 20th century, received the benefits of a full English education. Approval for a four-storey apartment block was granted in October The first purpose-built and largest synagogue in Prestwich, opened in Septemberis the Holy Law built on the site ciinema a mansion called Howcaster on Bury Old Road at Parkhill, and was the largest single span art-deco building in Greater Manchester.

Within two generations, the more enterprising and the more successful whitefiedl moved up the social scale to better dwellings in Hightown, Higher Broughton and Cheetham village. Want to be emailed when a new comment is posted about this theater?

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Umbro The untold Mancunian story of Umbro: In December,there was a severe attack on the Manchester area and damage in Whitefield was reported at Whitefirld Unitarian Church. All took up residence in A brief history of Jewish life in Prestwich and Whitefield. The cinema remained, surviving another major blaze inwhich closed the doors for only six weeks. It had a rather long auditorium, large screen and the balcony barely overhung the stalls being positioned mainly above the foyer.