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Staff on the stage of the Ritz Cinema, Parson Cross
Mr Bilton, doorman at the Ritz Cinema, Parson Cross
Barkers Pool showing the City Hall Gardens, also known as Balm Green Gardens, (which were funded by J.G. Graves), Cinema House and The Regent
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
Advertisement for Professor De Lyle's Cinematograph entertainment
City Hall Gardens, also known as Balm Green Gardens, Barkers Pool, Cinema House in background
Palace Theatre, Attercliffe Road. Originally a Variety Theatre called The Alhambra which opened 3rd January 1898, renamed at the turn of the century and closed 1st July 1955
Albert Hall, Barkers Pool. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937
Cinema House, Fargate (later renamed Barker's Pool). Designed by H.E. Farmer, opened 6th May 1913. Closed 12th August 1961 and demolished for redevelopment
Chapeltown Picture Palace, Nos 19/21 Station Road. Opened 23 December 1912, seating 450. Closed 16 March 1963 and became a bingo hall
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