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The Library Theatre, Tudor Place, setting for the N.B.C. film shown during Book Week.
Cinema House, Barkers Pool
Ecclesall Road
Tivoli Cinema, Norfolk Street. Originally The Central Hall, opening as a cinema on 10 July 1905. Renamed the New Tivoli on 12 January 1914. Damaged by fire in 1927, the cinema was damaged in the Blitz 1940 and never reopened as a cinema
Albert Hall, Barkers Pool, (left-right), No 113, Percy John Everson, Tobacconist, No. 117, Jepson and Co, General Dealers, No 119, Hibberts', Confectioners
Barker's Pool from Town Hall Square. Gaumont Cinema, left
Town Hall Square looking towards Barkers Pool, Wilson Peck, Cinema House and City Hall, right, Town Hall Chambers, left, Nos 66,68 and 70, Leopold Street, A. Wilson Peck and Co. Ltd., Music Warehouse, right
The Star Picture House, Ecclesall Road junction of William Street. Opened 23 December 1915. The first sound film was shown 23 December 1929. Closed as a cinema 17 January 1962. Reopened as Star bingo hall until 1984. Demolished October 1986
Barkers Pool looking towards Town Hall Square with the Gaumont Cinema right and the Yorkshire Bank in the background
Cinema House, Fargate (Fargate extended to Pool Square then later renamed Barkers Pool) and Wilson Peck Ltd., music warehouse, Nos. 66-70, Leopold Street
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