Belle-Vue Cinema

95 High Road,
London, NW10 2SF

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Located in the northwest London inner-city district of Willesden. Opened as the Picture House with Shirley MacLaine in "Shy People" on 19th March 1993. Seating was provided for 200 in the auditorium which is part of the Willesden Green Library building. When first opened it was operated by City Screen Ltd. who leased the space from Brent Council.

In 1996 it was taken over by Belle-Vue Cinemas Ltd. who operated a couple of other cinemas in the London area, specialising in ‘Bollywood’ films. The programming policy at this Belle-Vue Cinema was a mix of current releases, childrens programmes and Indian ‘Bollywood’ films. It was closed in 2010 and was demolished in 2013.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Billy
Billy on November 25, 2013 at 3:35 pm

Stunned to see this demolished despite only being twenty years old. It’s been a very controversial demolition in the Willesden area but apparently a ‘cultural centre’ will be built in its place.

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