Cinema Ghosts – The Odeon

Cinema Ghosts – The Odeon

Assembled for “Norfolk at the pictures” The Odeon stood on Botolph Street, long before it became the Odeon that glowered down in a 70s style over Magdalen Street, which is of course now a Hollywood cinema, with it’s ‘no clues there’...
Magdalen Street 6: All Saints Fybriggate

Magdalen Street 6: All Saints Fybriggate

Magdalen Streets’ hidden history: The lost churches Part 6, All Saints Fybriggate There were two All Saints in Norwich, the remaining one stands in the shadow of Westlegate House, the old Provident Mutual office block which towers over it like the tall kid who...
Magdalen Street 5: St Paul

Magdalen Street 5: St Paul

Magdalen Streets’ hidden history: The lost churches Part 5, St Paul It’s not exactly on Magdalen Street; it was behind it on the East side, a lovely little round tower enclosed by Peacock Street, Willis Street and Barrack Street. Until the 1860s, half...
Magdalen Street 4: St Mary Unbrent

Magdalen Street 4: St Mary Unbrent

Magdalen Street’s  hidden history: The lost churches Part 4, St Mary Unbrent Back in Norwich and back in Magdalen Street this time nearer the city centre a short walk up from St Botolph isn’t; past the concrete, buses and bustle, amidst faded splendour of...
Back in the HMSO

Back in the HMSO

The now redundant HMSO building, Sovereign House in Anglia Square Norwich North. This was shot from the first floor of what would have been a two storey ‘Mall’ or shopping centre as we called them before America snuck in under a veil of capitalist freedom...