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King's Hall Picture Palace

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

King's Hall Picture Palace

Building  From 30/1/1909  To 1946

Categories: Cinema

It is thought to have been the first purpose built cinema in Britain, with a seating capacity of 850. Over the years it was renamed as the 'Gaiety Picture House' and then the 'Regent Cinema'. It was used for various other purposes after its closure and was eventually demolished in 2013.

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King's Hall Picture Palace

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King's Hall Picture Palace - first cinema in Britain

The erection date differs from the date on the plaque. We have found other ca...

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