Tivoli Cinema

Broad Street,
Barry, CF62 7AD

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Opened on 24th December 1939 with Charles Laughton in “Jamaica Inn”, the Tivoli was a narrow but quite tall concrete building on the main shopping street of Barry, owned at the time by Hay and Lobley.

A report of the opening states that the architect was James Wallace of Cardiff.
It closed as a cinema on 3rd March 1973 with Warren Beatty in “The Heist” and Sidney Poitier in “Brother John”. It operated as a bingo hall for several years and after this closed the building stood derelict and was demolished in 1994.

Contributed by Geoff

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geoffjc on March 18, 2008 at 12:36 pm

Same management( “R.S.T.” )as Plaza Cadoxton post-war.Often advertised as “New Tivoli”

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