to the Glen Cinema Website:
80th Anniversary of the disaster DVD
The 'Legacy of the Glen Cinema' Film is now available on DVD. The film is 55 mins long and contains unseen footage from the 75th Anniversary Exhibition and lantern procession and up to date interviews with the survivors of the tragedy, it is available from the following outlets in Paisley: The £7.50 suggested price includes a donation to the Paisley Development Trust.
The Sunshine Gallery, The In Shops, Paisley Centre, High St, Paisley.
The Visitor Information Centre, Gilmour Steet, Paisley.
Apollo Music, 48 Causeyside Street, Paisley
Hamishes' Hoose, 42 Old Sneddon Street
You can also get a copy through the post by emailing us at the address below, or you can use our new online facility, just click the BUY NOW button below
The Glen Cinema is infamous in the history of Paisley, Scotland as it
had claimed 71 young lives in 1929 and went down as the darkest day of
Paisley’s Past. This website has been created to let you know more
of what and where the Glen Cinema was and its future.
'The Legacy of the Glen Cinema' a film by Paul Mothersole is now available on DVD by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or by using the Buy Now Button Below