The Paris Pullman is a former arthouse cinema, in the Brompton district, of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea London, England. It was closed and the building sold for redevelopment in 1983.
In 1910–11, along a predominantly leafy residential street, that is Drayton Gardens, an entertainment venue opened at no.65 as the Radium Picture Playhouse, having been converted from the earlier gymnasium or arms training hall. By 1947 it ceased to show films and had become "Bolton's Theatre Club" instead. To avoid censorship of its productions by the Lord Chamberlain's office, it operated as a private theatre club with compulsory membership. Many of its plays transferred to runs in the West End. They included, The Horn of the Moon by Vivian Connell, with Jack McNaughton, Denholm Elliott, John Wyse, Pamela Alan, Martin Boddy and Jessie Evans. Directed by Colin Chandler. and Dr John Bull, with John Louis Mansi and others.
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