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Dorchester Cinema

3 Screen Development in Dorset, South West England – design by Northern Building Design Associates (NBDA)

24 Jan 2013

Cinema in Dorchester

Location: 3 Drayhorse Yard, Weymouth Avenue, Dorchester, Dorset, England

Design: Northern Building Design Associates (NBDA)

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Project Title – Odeon Dorchester

Client – Odeon/UCI Cinemas

Architects & Project Managers – NBDA Ltd

Location – Brewery Square, Dorchester, Dorset, UK.

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Status – Purpose built 3 screen lifestyle cinema incorporating associatedunique retail offer and support facilities.

Construction Period – 5 months, completed October 2012.

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum Exeter
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Poundbury Village, Dorchester, Dorset
Masterplan: Leon Krier
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Within Dorchester parish there are 293 structures that are listed by Historic England for their historic or architectural interest, including five that are listed Grade I and sixteen that are Grade II*. The Grade I structures are the Church of St George on Fordington High Street, the Church of St Peter on High West Street, Max Gate on Syward Road, the Roman town house on Northernhay, and Shire Hall on High West Street.

The Church of St George has a late-11th-century south door that has a Caen stone tympanum with a realistic carved representation of St George surrounded by soldiers, said to depict the miracle of his appearance at the Battle of Antioch.

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