131 Princes Street,
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The Princes Cinema opened 28th September 1912. It was designed by architect R.M. Cameron. On the first floor level was located a cafe and a smoking lounge. The Princes Cinema was closed on 4th November 1935.
By 1937 it had re-opened as the Monseigneur News Theatre. After the end of production of cinema newsreels in the late-1950’s, the Monseigneur went over to screening ‘Continental’ films. In 1964 it was taken over by the Birmingham based Jacey Cinemas circuit and was re-named Jacey Cinema, still screening sexually explicit ‘Continental’ films.
The Jacey Cinema closed in June 1973 and was converted into retail use, eventually becoming a a Gap clothing store. They moved out of the building in 2011.
On 20th February 1985, Historic Scotland designated the Jacey Cinema a Grade B Listed building.
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