Glenroyal Cinema

75 New Road Side,
Horsforth, LS18 4QD

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Leeds Horsforth Glenroyal 2005

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Located in Horsforth, to the North of Leeds. The Glenroyal Cinema opened on 1st November 1937 with Anton Walbrook in
“Michael Strogoff”. It was independently operated by Glenroyal Cinemas (Shipley) Ltd. The cinema provided a free car park for its patrons.

The Glenroyal Cinema was closed on 8th February 1964 with Elizabeth Taylor in “The VIP’s”.

It was converted into a supermarket. Little of the original cinema facade remains. The building currently houses a Tesco metro supermarket, a large empty unit, which was until recently a fabric warehouse, and an estate agent.

Contributed by drbob, Ken Roe

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Ken Roe
Ken Roe on February 21, 2009 at 9:26 am

The former Glenroyal Cinema, photographed in April 2007:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomackroyd/461731771/

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