HISTORY & PHOTOS
Gloucester's Sherborne Cinema was originally built as The Friends' Sherborne Street Mission Room in 1880 and was the centre for community activities including childrens' film shows ( priced at sixpence each! ) in what was once the densely populated industrial part of Kingsholm known as 'Clapham'.
When the area was re-built, the building survived as a Christadelphian Hall. From 2012 to 2014 it was lovingly restored by a team of specialists, carefully preserving its historic features whilst fitting out the interior as an art-deco cinema.
Now the 137 year old building is enjoying a new life offering top quality film entertainment in a colourful setting which will take you back to the golden age of cinema.