14 Station Road, Llandaff North,
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A cinema opened in 1914 as the Royal Cinema and was re-named Llandaff Cinema in 1924, but closed after a fire in 1930. The Splott Circuit acquired the location and built what was to be their smallest cinema seating about 500 on one floor opening in June 1935 as the Tivoli Cinema.
The design was typical of architect William S. Wort’s work for the company and the cinema received the same upgrades as the others in 1955/6 but in 1958, with little warning, after showing "The Night We Dropped a Clanger" the cinema closed.
Acquired by a garage proprietor the "Tivoli Garage" traded for a number of years and subsequent modifications have removed much of the cinema building though the motor showroom still trades.
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