No longer spinning the tunes, Simon a self-employer joiner has put together a hardback book that has over 260 pages with more than 1,800 images charting the iconic venue’s history.
Speaking about the book, Simon said;
It would be fair to say that over the years that the Regal and the nights held there it was a breading ground for romance some of which may have lasted the test of time and still remain in place today.
While those romances live on The Regal is a thing of the past and has long since been replaced with a housing development.
“In the Corner House on 2nd November, the date The Regal was first opened some 79 years ago I will be holding a special night and the book will be officially launched. During the night I will be happy to speak to people and also take orders.”
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