Worthing Dome Cinema Sun Print
The Worthing Dome Cinema Sun print is part of our brand new Sun Collection. These prints come in a choice of 3 sizes and 4 different colour backgrounds so you can get the perfect colour scheme for your home. Please choose from the colour chart and size options below.
The Dome Cinema, Worthing, West Sussex, England, is a grade II* listed building owned by PDJ Cinemas Ltd. The Dome Cinema, which has three screens and a Projectionist’s Bar is run by PDJ Cinemas, while Alfresco Services run two function rooms and the cafe at the front of the building.
The Dome is an Edwardian building and one of the oldest working cinemas in England, and was opened in 1911. It was opened by Swiss impresario Carl Adolf Seebold. It was originally named The Kursaal — a German word translating as “cure hall”. The Kursaal was used as a health centre and entertainment complex by visitors to the seaside town. At the time it contained the Coronation Hall, which was used for roller skating, exhibitions, concerts and events, and the Electric Theatre, the first cinema run for paying audiences in West Sussex.
OPEN EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT – Artwork printed on Platinum Matt 280gsm photo paper and is 100% acid free. A fine art photo paper with a natural white base and state of the art ink-receiving layer, delivers a high D-MAX and wide colour gamut. When used in conjunction with pigment inks, the paper will ensure a long print life of over 85 years.
Prints are made to order so please allow 2-4 working days for despatch.
The listing is for the print only. Frame not included.
200x200mm 300x300mm 400x400mm
Other sizes available upon request, provided they are kept within the same proportion.
* The colours you see on your screen may not look exactly the same as the actual print. This is because every computer, Smart phone and iPad screen is configured differently. Hopefully you will think the prints look even more beautiful in real life.
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