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Red Hall Picture Palace

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

Red Hall Picture Palace

Place  From 18/12/1913  To /4/2012

Categories: Cinema

Cinema designed by H. George Leslie. The entrance facade was dominated by a figure of Mercury perched on top of a windmill-shaped tower. In May 1950 it was re-named the Gaumont. After the final film was shown (8 December 1962), it was converted into a bingo hall, and eventually closed in March 2007. It remained empty until it was demolished in 2012.

More information and a photo of the interior at Cinema Treasures.

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This site was formerly occupied by the Red Hall Picture Palace. Built in 1913...

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