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King's Hall Picture Palace - first cinema in Britain King's Hall Picture Palace - first cinema in Britain

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: King's Hall Picture Palace - first cinema in Britain

Erection date: /2/2016

Inscription

King's Hall Picture Palace opened 1909 on this site. Thought to have been the first purpose built cinema in Britain.
Wandsworth Council
2015

The erection date differs from the date on the plaque. We have found other cases where this occurs - the unveiling can get delayed for all sorts of reasons, after the plaque has been made with the planned date fixed on it.

Site: King's Hall Picture Palace - first cinema in Britain (1 memorial)

SE17, Tooting High Street, 181 - 183

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Wandsworth Council

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