Gaisford Cinema

1a Gaisford Street,
London, NW5 2EB

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Located in the northwest London inner-city district of Kentish Town at the corner of Gaisford Street & Kentish Town Road. The Kentish Town Cinema opened on 23rd December 1910.

Initially operated by independent operators it was re-named the Gaisford Cinema in 1933. In 1938 it was taken over by Town Theatres Ltd. who operated the Plaza Cinema, Camden Town. From 26th January 1942 it was taken over by Odeon Theatres Ltd. who operated it until the end.

The Gaisford Cinema retained its name and was closed on 25th June 1960 with Michael Craig in “Cone of Silence” and Jim Davis in “A Lust to Kill”. It became a warehouse for some years before being demolished and an office/retail block name Northumberland House was built on the site.

Contributed by KenRoe
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