The History of Leith

April 14, 2008

Your memories: It wasn’t the blackout that bothered us, it was the Ham Bone beasties

THE toughest bit about a trip to the cinema these days is choosing which film to see, or whether to plump for popcorn over a hot dog. Audrey Souter, 75, from Leith, remembers going to the cinema during the Second World War as being a bit more challenging.
“I used to go to the Alhambra Cinema, on Leith Walk every Saturday with my pals. We used to call it the Ham Bone Cinema, although I never had a clue why. for more click here

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