Croydon Pavilion Cinema

378 London Road,
West Croydon, CR9

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Croydon Pavilion Cinema

Located at Broad Green in West Croydon, a district in the south of Greater London. The London Electric Hall opened on 26th March 1910. Seating was provided for 400 on a single floor.

It was re-named Broad Green Cinema in 1922, and re-named Croydon Pavilion Cinema in 1926. From March 1936, the Pavilion Cinema was facing stiff opposition from the luxurious Savoy Cinema, which had been built across the road by Associated British Cinemas chain. The Croydon Pavilion Cinema was closed around 1939 when World War II broke out, and it became the Tudor dance hall.

The building has now been demolished and the site is used for parking.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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