Liverpool Mecca Bingo – East Prescot Road

This Club Is Closed Or Demolished
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Date of closure: 1994

Address (for reference only):

Mecca Bingo
East Prescot Road
Liverpool
L14 2DE

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 Mecca Bingo Liverpool. All we know at the moment is that it was previously a Granada cinema

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By Gareth Whieldon (October 2012)

2 thoughts on “Liverpool Mecca Bingo – East Prescot Road

  1. The Granada is still there in Dovecot East Prescot Road, the former picture house built in the 1930’s when I worked there it was owned by Mecca. I was the caller for a few years and then worked as the maintenance man for the building, this took me round to other Mecca halls, the Regal in Broadway, the Olympia in Liverpool, the Mayfair in Aigburth, the Pavilion Lodge Lane; all these halls have there own stories to tell, like the Olympia has Elephant pits underneath the building as it was the originally the site of a famous travelling circus, and the Pavilion with its wonderful 3 tier balcony still had a silver half moon that could be wound down from the roof to seat a singer singing in live music shows. The Granada is used as a dance school, and I think a boxing club – still its nice to see it getting used.

  2. This bingo hall, my mum worked in pat box years ago, Carol and my uncle was a bingo caller there too, Bob Beverly, he worked there for years like my mum, but sadly the both have passed away now most prob there playing bingo up there.

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