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Premium Framed Print : Cinemas in Birmingham. 31st July 1974

Cinemas in Birmingham. 31st July 1974


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Cinemas in Birmingham. 31st July 1974

Birmingham Post and Mail Archive
West Midlands
BPM 74 7344 A

Media ID 21838461

© Mirrorpix

1974 Birmingham Cinema

14"x18" Premium Frame

Contemporary style Premium Wooden Frame with 8"x12" Print. Complete with 2" White Mat and 1.25" thick MDF frame. Printed on 260 gsm premium paper. Glazed with shatter proof UV coated acrylic glass. Backing is paper covered backing with rubber bumpers. Supplied ready to hang with a pre-installed sawtooth/wire hanger. Care Instructions: Spot clean with a damp cloth. Securely packaged in a clear plastic bag and envelope in a reinforced cardboard shipper

FSC Real Wood Frame and Double Mounted with White Conservation Mountboard - Professionally Made and Ready to Hang

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 20.3cm x 30.4cm (8" x 12")

Estimated Product Size is 35.6cm x 45.8cm (14" x 18")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.

This print titled "Cinemas in Birmingham. 31st July 1974" takes us on a nostalgic journey back to the golden era of cinema-going in the bustling city of Birmingham. The image, captured by an anonymous staff member, transports us to a time when going to the movies was a cherished pastime for many. The photograph showcases several grand cinemas that once graced the streets of Birmingham, each exuding its unique charm and character. As we gaze at this snapshot frozen in time, we are reminded of the vibrant entertainment scene that thrived during the 1970s. The architectural beauty of these cinemas is truly mesmerizing; their facades adorned with eye-catching marquees and glowing neon signs that beckoned movie enthusiasts from afar. These theaters were not merely venues for film screenings but also served as gathering places where friends and families created lasting memories together. In this remarkable visual piece, we witness how cinema played an integral role in shaping social life during this period. It reminds us of a time when people eagerly lined up outside these majestic establishments, eagerly awaiting their turn to escape into worlds crafted by talented filmmakers. As we reflect upon this evocative image from Memory Lane Prints, it serves as a poignant reminder of how far our entertainment landscape has evolved over time while honoring the legacy left behind by these iconic cinemas in Birmingham's history.

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