Dreamland Cinema, Margate, 1935

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Dreamland Cinema, Margate, 1935
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Dreamland cinema opened on the 22nd of March 1935, showing Richard Boleslawski’s The Painted Veil, starring Greta Garbo. It was built as part of the Dreamland amusement park by the remarkable John Henry Iles, who also developed the nearby Lido at Cliftonville. The cinema was inspired by the modernism of German cinema design. The building also influenced Oscar Deutsch and his many Odeon cinemas. In my artwork, I have attempted to return the building to the same state as on its opening night.

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