St. James Road,
Kingston upon Thames,
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Built as a Wesleyan Chapel in 1862. It became the Lyceum Hall in around 1890, used as a multi-purpose hall. From 7th November 1907, it was known as the St. James’s Hall and was screening films, operated by Sidney Bacon.
It was re-named Coliseum Cinema from 25th October 1913 and was operated by Castleton Knight. The Coliseum Cinema was closed in October 1916. The building became a cycle dealers, then became a warehouse for Smithers Co. It was demolished in 1975 and the site was redeveloped as offices and shops.
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