Electric Alhambra Cinematograph Theatre

303-305 Kentish Town Road,
London, NW5 2TJ

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Electric Alhambra Cinematograph Theatre

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Located in the northwest London inner-city district of Kentish Town. The Electric Alhambra Cinematograph Theatre was opened by the Mayor of St. Pancras on 20th February 1911. It included a tea-room as part of its facilities, which had its own seperate entrance around the corner on Holmes Road. Seating was provided in stalls and circle levels, and the architectural and interior designs were by M. Marsland. It was closed in 1918 and was converted into a billiard hall.

In the 1930’s, it was converted into a branch of Marks and Spencer store, which lasted until the 1980’s. By 1997, it was an Iceland supermarket, which remains in 2011.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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