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Blaenavon Workmen's Hall Cinema

Located in the World Heritage Town of Blaenavon and built in 1894 at a cost of £9,000, this former Miners Institute is now a fully re-furbished modern cinema and Auditorium.

The Hall, which opened in January 1895, is a testament to Blaenavon’s proud social history. Its creation was funded by the Blaenavon Workmen’s Institute, who collected a weekly deduction of a halfpenny from its members’ wages. For decades the building provided a place for social gathering and self-education and betterment which included a library, reading room, refreshments, committee rooms and a splendid auditorium.

Today, the Blaenavon Workmen’s Hall still provides for the community with the cinema, concerts, snooker and table tennis. It is also the home for many groups and societies, and hosts conferences and meetings.

The Committee’s brief was to breathe new life into the cinema room, whilst retaining a nod to the heritage of the building.

The 588 from Ferco’s Paragon range was recommended as it has a low back, sloping armrests and distinctive stitching with a retro feel.

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The seats include a small table within the armrest, individual seat numbering and aisle lettering.

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