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Built in Wriggly Tin around 1914 as an assembly hut for the tiny private school squeezed into the main (ordinary) family house. Had nine lives but my son and I defied advice to pull it down, repaired internal wood framework and floor and it's now The Shed Cinema filling a gap when the local 'pit' closed down. Films are free and so is the 'Piano Bar' at the back built from bits of an old, yes, piano. Proper velvet fold-down seats from a local theatre give satisfying 'clunk, clunk' as film ends. Also party-room for son and his friends.
Fantastic panelling inside almost 100 years old. There's a little balcony at the back for kids to misbehave during films.
Year first entered 2010
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