Iconic Cinema Reopens in Campbletown
Picture House cinema reopens in Campbletown after a £3.5 million refurbishment programme.
Funding was secured from various agencies including the Governments from the UK and Scotland along with lottery funding from the Heritage.
Rent a car from Scotland and explore the south of the country to take a look at the Iconic building along the A77 road.
The historic cinema is the only building left in Scotland. Only a few similar buildings survive over in Europe.
The designer Albert Gardner attended the School of Art and was commissioned to design the cinema at the beginning of last century which opened in 1913.
The art nouveau building was refurbished in the same style as the original design and will open to the public in a few weeks.
The town has also been given a face lift over the past few years with two hotels being revamped and a brand new golf course built in the area.