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The Tatler News Theatre miniature model

The Tatler News Theatre miniature model

Regular price £45.00 GBP
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Cast 3D model portraying the architectural design of the entrance facade of The Tatler News Theatre (now The Electric) on Station Street


Location: Birmingham, England 

Architect: Cecil Fillmore (1937 rebuild)

Opened: 1909

Brief Overview:

The UK's oldest cinema - sort of! The remarkably resilient Electric has taken on many guises during a century and more of showing films. From newsreels and cartoons as the Tatler News Theatre in the 30s, to a mix of softcore porn and blockbusters as the Tivoli in the 80s, to the sofa hideaway movie-goers know and love today.


Our Wonderland Cinema models are all made using a high purity plaster which gives a good balance between strength and detail casting. However this plaster is a brittle material and our models are delicate and can break with impact.

Shipping & Returns

Free standard shipping on all UK orders.

You can cancel or return you order at any time. Once we receive the product
back undamaged you will receive a full refund (excluding postage).

We do not refund damaged parcels. If your order arrives damaged please
contact us immediately to arrange for a replacement.

Care Instructions

Our models are delicate objects. They can be chipped or cracked easily and so need to be protected from knocks or falls.

They are also not waterproof and so should be protected from damp and moisture

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