Information on Home Cinema Tameside
The Metropolitan Borough of Tameside is a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester in North West England. It is named after the River Tame, which flows through the borough and spans the towns of Ashton-under-Lyne, Audenshaw, Denton, Droylsden, Dukinfield, Hyde, Mossley, Longdendale and Stalybridge. Its western border is approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Manchester city centre. It borders High Peak in Derbyshire to the east, the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham to the north, the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport to the south, and the City of Manchester to the west. As of 2011 the overall population was 219,324.The history of the area extends back to the Stone Age. There are over 300 listed buildings in Tameside and three Scheduled Ancient Monuments, which includes a castle of national importance. The settlements in Tameside were small townships centred on agriculture until the advent of the Industrial Revolution. The towns of the borough grew and became involved in the cotton industry, which dominated the local economy. The current borough was created in 1974 as part of the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972. Since then the area has been administered by Tameside Borough Council, which has been judged by the Audit Commission to be “performing strongly”.
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A Majestic Plan for Ashton's Iconic Cinema Building – East of the M60
Graphic designer aims to turn Ashton landmark into live performance venue and cinema The Majestic Picture House building is an iconic landmark for Tameside film lovers. Since its opening in 1920, it later became the Gaumont, then the ODEON, and latterly the Metro cinema. The cinema closed in …
Extensions Ashton under Lyne, Stalybridge, Dukinfield, Tameside …
Extension and kitchen, Ashton under Lyne 2016. Garage Conversion, Ashton under Lyne 2015. Ashton under lyne, 2014. 3 Storey Extension, Dukinfield, 2013. Extension & Kitchen, Ashton under Lyne, 2013. Extension, Ashton under Lyne 2013. Loft Adaptation, Ashton under Lyne, 2013. Home cinema, Stalybridge, 2013.
Tameside Hippodrome Theatre in Ashton-under-Lyne, GB – Cinema …
Originally opened in November 1904 as a live theatre for the Broadhea's Theatres chain, the Empire Hippodrome Theatre's auditorium was completely g…
Cinemas in Oldham & Tameside – Netmums
Details of your local cinemas with details where relevant of kids film clubs and mother and baby screenings (often called The Big Scream)
Cinemas in Tameside | Families Online
Fancy a family trip to the cinema? To find out what's showing locally, Families Tameside has all the information you need to help you plan a cinema visit. Find information here on what's screening where and when.
The Festival Theatre in Hyde, Greater Manchester is home to several amateur groups in the area whose combined efforts mean that in one season there can be as many as eleven or twelve productions ranging from drama to musicals, from dance to pantomime. It is the only live theatre venue in Hyde and in recent years …
home, cinema, theatre, arts, manchester – Manchester Evening News
Formed by the merger of two of Manchester's best-loved arts organisations, Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company, HOME opens in May 2015 and is a new cultural cornerstone for Manchester specialising in contemporary theatre, cinema and visual arts, with a commitment to creatively engaging with young people …
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