Duke of York's Picture House
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Brighton’s Duke of York’s Picture House is Britain’s oldest continuously operating cinema, still showing films.
First opened by the mayor of Brighton on 22nd September 1910.
Since 1995, the Duke of York’s Picture House has been owned by City Screen/Picturehouse Cinemas who have renovated the building. It screens a mixture of first run, classic, and art-house films.
From 26th August 2020 “Tenet” will be screened in 35mm.
The Duke of York’s is a Grade II Listed building.
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