The family-run Dominion
Cinema on Newbattle Terrace is a perfect example
of “Streamline Moderne” art deco architecture.
The site was bought in 1937 by Edinburgh businessman
Captain W.M. Cameron and within 16 weeks the cinema
Now the Dominion with its mere 4 screens comfortably
competes with large multiplexes due to the opulence
of its interior and the stress given by the owners
to patrons on the pleasure of the cinematic experience.