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ian 2nd August 2009 11:49 AM

1962: Britain's first Casino - Brighton, London or Southport?
 
Doing a keyword search at ITNSource.com I've come across this description of a clip in Reuters video archive.


U.K.: BRIGHTON: BRITAIN'S FIRST CASINO
Clip Description:
http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//R...0006/?s=casino

Story

BRITAIN'S FIRST CASINO WAS DUE TO OPEN AT THE FASHIONABLE SEASIDE RESORT OF BRIGHTON, ON THE SOUTH COAST OF ENGLAND, JUNE 2. PREVIEW SCENES WERE FILMED ON JUNE 1.

AT ELEVEN TABLES IN THE CLARENCE ROOM OF THE METROPOLE HOTEL, CHEMIN-DE-FER, CHEMMY ROULETTE, CHEMMY DICE AND QUATRE CHANCE WILL BE PLAYED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT WHENEVER THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT A GAME. BECAUSE OF THE GAMING ACT, ONLY MEMBERS CAN PLAY AND THEY ALREADY NUMBER HUNDREDS.

UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT, CLIENTS MUST HAVE AN EQUAL CHANCE. BUT THE PROMOTERS EXPECT CHANCE TO BE KIND. ABOUT GBP250,000 POUNDS ARE SAID TO HAVE GONE INTO THE VENTURE. THERE ARE MEMBERSHIP AND TABLE FEES, CHIPS REPRESENTING TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE TO A HUNDRED POUNDS, AND MAXIMUM STAKES OF GBP400 IN SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

A STAFF OF 100 - RECRUITED FROM BANK CLERKS, TEACHERS AND ARMY OFFICERS - HAVE BEEN TRAINED BY A PROFESSIONAL FRENCH CROUPIER. UNDER THE SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS, GUARDS WILL BE AT THE DOORS AND SPECIAL PASSES ISSUED TO MEMBERS WILL BE CHECKED AND CHECKED AGAIN.

WHAT SORT OF PEOPLE WILL FREQUENT THE METROPOLE CASINO CLUB? THE CLUB'S DIRECTOR-GENERAL, M.JEAN-MARIE CRUCIANI, WHO RESIGNED FROM A FRENCH CASINO TO COME TO BRITAIN, SAID HE WAS TRYING TO ATTRACT ALL SORTS OF NICE, DECENT PEACEABLE PEOPLE - JUST LADIES AND GENTLEMEN WITH ??? MORE OR LESS.".



What do you think. Correct - or were there other operations up and down the country that had already opened for business ?


Ian

ian 2nd August 2009 09:33 PM

January 1962 - Chemmy by the Thames
 
Dug a little deeper into this and it appears that Britain's first casino was actually a ship on the Thames.


British Movietone News - Thu 11 Jan 1962
<b>Chemmy by the Thames</b>
http://www.movietone.com/N_search.cf...ultsPerPage=10

Summary

MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Chemmy By the Thames.
DESCRIPTION: Old Father Thames has seen a good many things in his time, but now some new goings on have started right on the bank of the river. Parliament has decreed it's legal to play chemin de fer (commonly known as chemmy), and the River Casino is the first French-style casino of the kind to open in Britain. Arriving by water as yachtsmen could do, our camera crew had come to get an impression of the scene. SHOTLIST: Key scene. LS boat. CU funnel. MS boat under bridge. GV Big Ben. MS boat on river. MS ditto. CU man's hand. MS cameraman. GV people at table. CU sign. CU money. MS man. MS six-pack shoe. MCU woman. CU woman places bet. CU man. MS man with cards. MCU man with cards. MCU man and woman. MS ditto. MS man. MS game. MS banker. MS game. MCU woman drinking.


ITN Source
<b>CHEMIN-DER-FER CASINO</b>
http://www.itnsource.com/en/shotlist...+fer&st=0&pn=1



Ian

UK Monkey 2 5th August 2009 03:23 PM

UK's First Casino
 
The clip is right... the Metropole Brighton was Britain's first proper land based casino under the loophole of the Betting and Gaming Act 1960.

The casino remained in the same location for more than 20 years but issues with access to the gaming floor through the Hotel & the need to build a new dedicated entrance + additional local competition slowly starved it into history.

In the late 70's / early 80's the casino was closed and the licence transferred to the new International Club a few hundred yards away in Preston Street - (now Genting's Mint casino)

711 Moike 11th August 2009 12:01 PM

My first night
 
As of early 1983 both the casino at the Metropole Hotel and the International Sporting Club on Preston Street next door were in operation, I'm not sure when the hotel casino finally closed. The ISC had opened on April 2nd 1982 (Falklands War anyone?) and we had been in training waiting for the transfer of the license from Corals. As our gaming licenses came through one by one we were told we were going to do some odd shifts at the Hotel before the ISC opened. Hence my first night working as a dealer in 1982 was at the Metropole Hotel - I can remember them scratching at the doors in reception at five till eight while I stood trembling at the roulette table closest to them - aaagghhh!!!!!!
I do remember and often talk of the two and six chips Thorndyke mentions above - they were plum colored and each table had one stack to use as an odd 25p when coloring up. What was amazing about them was that they were made of slate, twenty seven years later, still the finest chips I have handled.

ian 4th March 2010 02:00 PM

Scotland - 1958 & 59
 
The operation in Brighton detailed above wasn't Britain's fist casino at all.


Doing a search on the European Document website Europeana there were several operations open in Scotland at the end of the 1950's.
http://www.europeana.eu


This one is dated 27th September, 1958.

<b>Gambling - All eyes on the table during a roulette game at the 88 Club</b>
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...00-000-053-366


The New Grafton Gambling Club in January 1959.

<b>New Grafton Gambling Club - 16 Home Street - First game of Roulette</b>
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...earchdb=scran&


28th March, 1959.

<b>Calton gambling club opened - Mr G Slappatiece manager - Spins roulette wheel</b>
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...earchdb=scran&


Pity that the images are so small :(


Perhaps we also think of guides to gaming as something new.
Obviously not.... This one is from circa 1860.

Der perfecte Kartenspieler oder practische Anleitung zur leichten Erlernung von 86 Kartenspielen
http://www.digitale-sammlungen.de/~d...014695/images/

Ian

Gusset Strap 18th October 2010 12:52 AM

casinos in London on the 60's
 
following on from Ian's thread about the casino scene in the UK in the 60's a quick Google search led me to an article by an American chap called randy Steed whose book Once Upon a Time in London detailed a lot of casino's in London, some could have had openings in the 50's possibly may be someone could put some dates to the clubs he listed;

<b>Quent's
Crockfords
The Pair of Shoes
The Apron Strings
The Cromwellian Club
Charlie Chesters
The Mint Kilburn
The 45
George Rafts Colony Club
Villa Bayswater Road
The Earls Court Card Club
Marzurka Club Soho
The Knightsbridge Sporting Club
Esmeraldas Barn.</b>

ian 18th October 2010 12:54 PM

Randall Steed
 
Unfortunately Randy Steed is no longer with us and there are messages of condolence on Gamingfloor.com's message board from earlier this year.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/randy-steed/4/8a8/44a


Here is the link to the article and it makes interesting reading.

<b>The Private Gaming Clubs of Sixties London</b>
http://www.scribd.com/doc/969267/The...f-1960s-London

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It's a shame that he didn't do more.


Ian

Gusset Strap 19th October 2010 11:29 AM

sadness
 
sad to hear of the passing of Mr Steed, I bet he took some wonderful tales with him

pluscount 25th October 2010 03:04 PM

Really intresting article, fantastic.
He refers to a really small club on Curzon Street on page 26, I would guess that this is the White Elephant Club. The licence from this club I think was transfered and became the original Ritz Club licence for London Clubs in the late 70s and then the licence was transfered again and became 50 St james.

ian 8th February 2011 06:07 PM

1962 - evidence may suggest even earlier
 
Just found this document on the National Archive website.
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk


Information relating to document ref. no. 705:399/8008/528
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a...id=4-893#4-893

c.37 plans relating to proposed alterations to the Legalite Casino Club, Stourbridge [in West Midlands], for Kent and Thanet Casino's Ltd., of Broadstairs.
[Worcestershire Record Office, Folkes and Folkes...]
Date: 1960 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives



A search for Kent and Thanet Casino's Ltd. led me to a legal document from 1976
http://www.indiankanoon.org/doc/1067916/

A court case from 1965 is quoted - Kent and Thanet casinos Ltd. v. Bailey's School of Dancing Ltd. (1965 R.P.C. 482) (13)

It appears what we have next is the description of a modified Roulette wheel.


<i>" here the plaintiff company had introduced a number of modifications in the design of a rotor table got registered by it. They had substituted 36 pockets for the original 37; excluded certain numbers, six in all, 5 and 24, 7 and 28 and 17 and 34; these particular numbers were selected because they provided three double width gaps as symmetrically located as possible, leaving sectors of 9, 10 and 11 numbers between them; they had retained alternate red and black colouration for the numbered spaces and applied a green colouration to the three double width spaces. In the circumstances Lloyd-Jacob, J., found 'if one looks at the design representations which accompanied this application, a pattern for the rotor rim is plainly observable, making, as it does, a definite appeal to the eye and which, judged on observation alone, is different from the only previously known rim pattern, that is, that of the roulette wheel, and different in recognisable respects, respects which are neither immaterial nor are they known trade variants. As a result, it seems to me, the design must be held to be valid if the statement of novelty is correctly construed in the narrow sense which I have indicated'.</i>



Now why would a Dance School object to the modified design of a Roulette Wheel ?
Got to be an interesting story there.
Perhaps it's time for a search of the UK patents database ?


Ian

ian 8th February 2011 06:46 PM

Legalite was the game
 
By January 1963 Legalite was even being played in Shipley near Bradford.


http://www.kingsdr.demon.co.uk/cinem...ley/glenro.htm
<i>"The building was now owned by Eckhart's Star Cinemas of Leeds who converted it into the Glen Casino, with manager Vincent Gallagher, for bingo together with "Fast, Exciting, Thrilling legalite Roulette direct from the Continent" opening on Thursday 8th January 1963. Star retained the Glen part of the name though that was later changed to EMI Bingo and Social Club in 1974 and lasted until the premises closed in 1982.</i>


GLENROYAL CINEMA, SHIPLEY - April 2010
http://www.flickr.com/photos/sqwasher/4511131886/

<center><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/sqwasher/4511131886/" title="GLENROYAL CINEMA, SHIPLEY April 2010 by sqwasher, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2797/4511131886_d3ed05a8c8.jpg" width="500" height="287" alt="GLENROYAL CINEMA, SHIPLEY April 2010" /></a></center>


Ian

casinooperator 10th February 2011 01:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pluscount (Post 30393)
Really intresting article, fantastic.
He refers to a really small club on Curzon Street on page 26, I would guess that this is the White Elephant Club. The licence from this club I think was transfered and became the original Ritz Club licence for London Clubs in the late 70s and then the licence was transfered again and became 50 St james.

The White Elephant was in fact the name of the restaurant below The A.M. Casino owned by Tony Mancini and you are right this was bought by London Clubs and the licence transferred to the Ritz

casinooperator 10th February 2011 01:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ian (Post 28137)
Dug a little deeper into this and it appears that Britain's first casino was actually a ship on the Thames.


British Movietone News
Thu 11 Jan 1962

Item Title
Chemmy by the Thames
http://public.bufvc.ac.uk/BUND/detai...tory_id=024449


Summary

MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Chemmy By the Thames.
DESCRIPTION: Old Father Thames has seen a good many things in his time, but now some new goings on have started right on the bank of the river. Parliament has decreed it's legal to play chemin de fer (commonly known as chemmy), and the River Casino is the first French-style casino of the kind to open in Britain. Arriving by water as yachtsmen could do, our camera crew had come to get an impression of the scene. SHOTLIST: Key scene. LS boat. CU funnel. MS boat under bridge. GV Big Ben. MS boat on river. MS ditto. CU man's hand. MS cameraman. GV people at table. CU sign. CU money. MS man. MS six-pack shoe. MCU woman. CU woman places bet. CU man. MS man with cards. MCU man with cards. MCU man and woman. MS ditto. MS man. MS game. MS banker. MS game. MCU woman drinking.



Ian

I could not open this attachment but is this the casino on Taggs Island in the middle of the Thames near Hampton Court

Honest Al 10th February 2011 11:01 AM

Re The White Elephant Club
 
The White Elephant Club was located at the current site of Aspinalls Casino at 27 or 28 Curzon Street.

http://www.aspinalls.com/club/clermont-club.asp

Gusset Strap 10th February 2011 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Honest Al (Post 30950)
The White Elephant Club was located at the current site of Aspinalls Casino at 27 or 28 Curzon Street.

http://www.aspinalls.com/club/clermont-club.asp

twas 28 Curzon Street then they bought the house next door and converted the 2 buildings to become the Aspinalls that we see now

ian 10th February 2011 04:22 PM

One clip disappeared but...
 
The 1962 Chemmy on the Thames fim that was at Movietone News has disappeared but I've found a similar - possibly the same clip at ITNSource.


8th January, 1962
CHEMIN-DER-FER CASINO
http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//I...08/FS080162005


The operation appears to be on the Thames in Chelsea but the interiors don't seem to match the original shot of the boat.

Reporter: Liz Kenrick
Chairman Mr.Leo Ponte.



Let's see if I can find anything else...

ian 10th February 2011 04:27 PM

The Vic 1966
 
Local resident apparently threated after showing opposition to the Victoria Sporting Club on Edgeware Rd. in 1966.


ITN Reporting 66: family threatened over opposition to Victoria Sporting Club's music license
http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//B...2/09/X09026602
<i>Report on Mr Alec Eden, whose family was threatened after he opposed the granting of a music licence to a local casino called the Victoria Sporting Club.
'Reporting 66' was a series of documentary reports from around the world, produced by ITN News and broadcast on ITV during 1966. Black and White B/W material.</i>



If you watch make sure you catch the final 4 minutes - a real gem


Ian

ian 11th March 2011 12:42 PM

Chemin de Fer in France
 
Casino style gambling as we've seen only took off in the early 60's.

So assuming one was from a certain social class where could we have a Punt prior to that ?. Perhaps we might have received an invitation to attend private games as organised by the late John Aspinall or we could possibly head to the French coast for the weekend.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_As...28zoo_owner%29


Below is a poster from the late 50's or early 60's that may have been displayed in travel agents or at railway stations in the South.

Chemin de Fer North - 2 Hours 45 minutes to Paris, 3 Hours to London.


Old poster-Boulogne casino and beach
http://www.flickr.com/photos/april-mo/5516669783/

<center><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/april-mo/5516669783/" title="Old poster-Boulogne casino and beach by april-mo, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5217/5516669783_365dda50e3.jpg" width="354" height="500" alt="Old poster-Boulogne casino and beach" /></a></center>


For anyone with money burning a hole in their pockets such an image would certainly have caught their eye.


Ian

ian 28th March 2011 12:04 AM

Got the above completely wrong
 
The Chemin de Fer du Nord was the name of a train and not the game at Boulogne sur Mer.
Although Sylvie Leroy at Journal des Casinos tells me that is the casino in the image.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemin_de_Fer_du_Nord

Poster believed to be 20's/30's.

Here's an image from 1910
http://www.geschichteinchronologie.c...ino-1910ca.jpg


Ian

Addendum:
1920 by Constant Duval
http://art-and-posters.com/casino-bo...2.html?lang=fr
You can buy an original for $1200

ian 29th March 2011 02:27 PM

Google street view
 
As I've mentioned earlier in this thread and also on another similar one looking at Britain's casino history

Casino Gaming in Great Britain: 1960 - 2010
http://www.gamingfloor.biz/forum/showthread.php?t=3807


I believe, and this of course should not be taken as historical fact :) , that the first casinos in Britain were perhaps in Edinburgh & Glasgow.


This photo from The Scotsman is dated September 1958.
<b>Gambling - All eyes on the table during a roulette game at the 88 Club</b>
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...00-000-053-366

January 1959 also in Scotland
New Grafton Gambling Club - 16 Home Street, Edinburgh - First game of Roulette
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...earchdb=scran&


16 Home Street was the home to The Liquorice Club but the domain has since expired
http://www.liquorice-club.co.uk
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nearthecastle/706153069/


So time for a look on Google Street view for 16 Home St. Edinburgh.


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Ian

ian 29th March 2011 02:43 PM

OK found them again
 
The links presently are...


Gambling - All eyes on the table during a roulette game at the 88 Club
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...00-000-053-366
1958-09-27


New Grafton Gambling Club - 16 Home Street - First game of Roulette
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...earchdb=scran&
1959-01-27


Calton gambling club opened - Mr G Slappatiece manager - Spins roulette wheel
http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/reco...earchdb=scran&
1959-03-28


The Scotsman Newspaper own the rights to all three images.


Ian

ian 18th August 2011 11:24 PM

Balby, Doncaster - November 1962
 
The Sheffield Star has a feature on the Windsor Cinema in Balby a suburb of Doncaster.

<b>Bingo sessions replace movies as bosses decide to turn Windsor Cinema into casino</b>
http://www.thestar.co.uk/community/n...sino_1_3690296
<i>"At the beginning of November 1962 it was revealed that the cinema was to be renamed the Windsor Casino and would be open each night except Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with bingo sessions starting at 7.45pm and roulette around 9.15pm. Workmen moved in after the last film showing on Sunday, November 4, and by working night and day had the casino ready the following Thursday. The screen was removed and the roulette tables installed on the stage area with the bingo players in the large auditorium."</i>


Their recruitment policy was interesting.


<i>"He said: “We are installing continental-style tables and bringing in trained croupiers at first, but we shall be recruiting local people, who will eventually take over.
“We are looking for glamorous and intelligent young ladies and smart young men, who are good at figures, to operate the tables and we are keeping on all the existing staff in one capacity or another.” "</i>


Let's see if I can find an image...

Epic fail, best I can do is
http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/26238


Ian

Gusset Strap 16th April 2012 10:35 AM

met a very interesting elderly chap last week in my place of work (no longer a casino) and we got chatting about what I do etc, told him I used to work in casinos and had an interest in the past and history of casinos in London, he threw a lot of names from the past, I was scratching my brain trying to think of Randy Steeds book, which he expressed an interest in, bumped this to refresh my memory!

ian 12th June 2012 11:37 AM

50 year's this month
 
As mentioned in the first post on this thread England's first casino opened on the 2nd June, 1962 in the Metropole Hotel.

ITN may possibly have a record of the event somewhere in their archives.
http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//R...0006/?s=casino


The Hotel is now known as the Hilton Brighton Metropole and stands next door to the Grand Hotel which was where the IRA attempted to assissinate Margaret Thatcher and her Cabinet at the 1984 Conservative Party Conference.
www.hilton.com/BrightonMetropole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/pa_khiori/2530028360/

<center><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/pa_khiori/2530028360/" title="UK0157 by PA_Khiori, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2070/2530028360_0346d73c7f.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="UK0157"></a></center>


Members have said that the casino remained open in the Hotel until the mid 80's and then moved to the International on Preston Street. There don't seem to be too many images available of the International so I'll post a Google Street view of what is now the Genting Casino.

http://www.gentingcasinos.co.uk/casino/brighton/

ian 12th June 2012 11:57 AM

International & Metropole Street View
 
Genting Casino, Brighton
http://goo.gl/maps/11hF

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