Date of closure: TBC
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At the moment we do not have details of the events that led up to, or any of the circumstances surrounding the closure of the Las Vegas Bingo Liverpool, but we do know a little bit about about the venue’s history.
The venue opened in 1917, and was a small venue (950 seats) designed by John Pearce. Originally named the Swan Picturdome, it was renamed the Swan Cinema in the thirties, then renamed as the New Swan in the fifties which was it’s last trading name as a cinema, as it closed in 1956. It then became the Swan Social club, before changing to Las Vegas Bingo circa 1962. We do not know when it closed, but we know that sadly the building has been demolished.
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By Gareth Whieldon (July 2013)