2015 Fourth Street SW,
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One of the first suburban cinemas in Calgary, the Tivoli opened on October 7th, 1936. The principal architect of the strikingly modern theatre was Cecil Blankstein, of the Winnipeg firm of Green, Blankstein, Russell & Ham.
For much of its history, the Tivoli showed first-run British and art films, but in the 1970s, it became an adult theatre. In 1980, it became the first theatre in Calgary to show exclusively Chinese language films. The theatre was closed in March of 1990.
In 1991, the theatre was converted into a specialty shopping center called Tivoli Shops.
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