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Garrison Theatre. Hoy
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Garrison Theatre. Hoy

Just down the road from Lyness you find the magnificently incongrous frontage of a large theatre and cinema, which was the entrance to the Garrison Theatre in WW2.

Does anybody have any pictures of this building when it was in use, or when it had fallen into disrepair after the war?
Picture added on 27 March 2006
Comments:
hi from london! i think arthur budges parents actually lived there after turning it into a house(seventies?).my grandmother had the farm next to arthurs(upper mellsetter)and i remember arthur taking us to the old cinema in the early seventies for a wee look.
Added by maurice bain on 28 March 2006
I came across some of the original seats from the Garrison a short while ago!
Added by William Shearer on 11 February 2013
In the early 1970's picture #26111 on this site.
Added by Beryl Simpson on 16 February 2013
My dad's auntie and uncle lived across the road in Swartland Cottage (Jocky and Mary Pringle)
Added by Rosemary Hogg (nee Omand) on 07 February 2018
They were fine folk went in to see them at the New Year back in the late 1960s early 70s. I knew him as Johnny Pringle.
Added by Beryl Simpson on 18 February 2018
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