Art Deco bingo hall goes rubber for clubbers
Harper Mackay spin-off HM2 has won planning permission and listed building consent to convert a disused 1934 Gaumont Odeon in north London into a nightclub. The Grade II*-listed Wood Green cinema has stood empty for four years following a stint as a bingo hall and now leisure operator Po Na Na is planning to spend almost £1 million on bringing it back into use.
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