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Previous Names: Hayes Cinema
Located in Hayes, Middlesex, today a district in the west of Greater London. The Hayes Cinema was opened in early April 1913, and was operated by Charles Cushing Spaulding. It was later re-named Gem Cinema and was closed in the middle of World War I, in October 1916.
It was converted into a restaurant. In 1923, it was converted into a Baptist tabernacle. The building was later acquired by Woolworth’s and they demolished the building to build a new Woolworth’s store on the site.
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