Plea from manager of oldest cinema in Nottingham after customer numbers plummet

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Nottingham's oldest cinema which survived World War II faces an uncertain future if the film industry fails to bring out any new family movies.

The Savoy in Derby Road, Lenton, had to close for the first time in its 85 year history during the coronavirus pandemic - and is worried about what the future will bring.

The art deco cinema, which opened in 1935 with just one screen and a balcony, has transformed into a much-loved venue for locals and students who live close by.

It was forced to close its doors in March as the country went into lockdown and all non-essential businesses were told to close.

It reopened on August 26 to coincide

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