The Historic Cinema Screen at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Here is a photo of the historic Walturdaw cinema screen at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, taken by RLPO photographer Mark McNulty earlier today.

Walturdaw rising cinema screen Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Walturdaw rising cinema screen Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Said to be the last surviving, working one of it’s type in the world, Mark has captured it here as it raises up from the stage. If you haven’t been to the hall for one of our classic films, do so, it’s quite an experience.

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The Phil’s resident cinema organist, Dave Nicholas – pictured here in 2004 receiving his award for over 20 year’s service from ex-Chief Executive Mick Elliott

Prior to the film showing there is always a recital by The Phil’s resident cinema organist, Dave Nicholas in his kilt!

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