It remains in use as a full-time Bingo hall.
It’s licence is immediately revoked by Carrick District Council. A comprehensive building and modernisation programme is commenced.
The design of the auditorium is brought back to its original.
“Keeping Mum” happened to be partly filmed at the home of a staff member from The Plaza, he managed to sneak in a special WTW Cinemas prop into the background…
at the RAAM International Cinema Conference in Glasgow.
after a long period of uncertainty regarding the regeneration of the St. Austell Town Centre, making way for a new WTW Cinema.
becoming the third cinema to be operated by WTW in St Austell and the first purpose built cinema to be constructed in Cornwall for seventy years.
at the RAAM International Cinema Conference.
The buildings remains in use as a electronic testing centre and the foyer as a cafe.
at the RAAM International Cinema Conference in London.
It is the first cinema in Cornwall to feature fully digital projection systems. The projection equipment at the other WTW Cinemas are quickly upgraded after.
He is also invited to a reception by The Royal Family for the Film Industry at Windsor Castle.
as voted by the readers of ‘The West Briton’, ‘Cornishman’ and ‘Cornish Guardian’ newspapers.
Mark Williams receives the award.
The new company comprises cinemas in Bristol, East Grinstead, Bridgwater, Barnstaple, Sidmouth, Newton Abbot, Exmouth, St Austell, Newquay, Truro and Wadebridge.