Blue Hall Cinema

194 Edgware Road,
London, W2 2DS

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Located on the East side of Edgware Road, just north of the corner with Crawford Place. The Electric Pavilion opened on 25th March 1912, with an initial seating capacity for 1,400. It was operated by Israel Davis’s chain of Electric Pavilions Ltd., who also operated Electric Pavilion’s at Brixton (in 2009 the Ritzy Cinema), Wandsworth and Holloway.

By 1937, it had been re-named Blue Hall Cinema and was operated by a company of that name. The Blue Hall Cinema was closed on 3rd November 1956 with Doris Day in "It’s Magic" and Allan Lane in "Carson City Raiders". The cinema was demolished and the site redeveloped. In 2009, a modern office block occupies the site, with an electronics shop ‘Edgware Hi-Fi Centre’ occupying part of the ground floor.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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