The magnificent instrument was originally brought to the UK from the US in 1930, where it took residence in the Trocadero Super Cinema at Elephant and Castle. When that was closed in 1963 the organ went into storage. During the 1970s, the instrument was installed in the South Bank University, close to its original home, where it remained until 2004. It was moved to the independently owned venue Troxy in 2009 and the six year restoration project began.
For the first time in a super cinema in Britain for over 40 years, people will be able to experience this for themselves at Night of 1000 Pipes taking place on 22nd August from 7pm
Source : Cinema Treasures