There was a time when everything about cinema oozed romance, from the stars, to the stories they told, and right down to the venues in which they were watched.Somewhere along the line, much of that romance went awry, particularly in terms of the venues, where cold, impersonal multiplexes and industrial portions of soft drinks became de rigueur.
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The Electric Cinema Portobello has a long history, which is reflected by its interior decor.
After name changes, brief closures and refurbishments, it became the Renoir in 1986.