History

The ‘Coronet’ Cinema site, which is a Grade II Listed English heritage building circa 1936, has become the home of Kinesis Gym. The building is a fine example of the art deco era and was designed by Andrew Mather and assisted by Horace Ward. This Eltham landmark, in a gateway location, has been an integral part of Eltham’s history. Formally the ‘Odeon’ theatre the decorative treatment inside the building was the work of noted interior designers Mollo & Egan. Empty since 2000 and the recent target of arson attacks and vandalism this has been an English heritage building at risk. To preserve the history of this unique building, Greenwich councilors voted unanimously to grant permission to turn the former cinema into a vibrant mixed-use development. Eltham Cathedral in conjunction with IPRO have been on site and working on the development for a number of months. On June 26th the local planning dept. agreed that the ‘Coronet’ would become the home for Kinesis Gym.

The renovation of the building is now complete and we have spent the last 12 months adding additional facilities and equipment.  Train in a unique environment. We offer an extensive range of  equipment which is suitable for the professional athlete as well as the beginner and we are fully staffed by personal trainers who can help you get the maximum from your training.

 

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