Palace Cinema

30 Queen Street,
Pembroke Dock, SA72 6JE

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Palace Cinema

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White’s Palace opened in 1910. It became Bager’s Palace in 1914. The Palace Cinema opened in 1923 when Tom Barger was the manager. During the war the cinema closed and was used as a store for aircraft alloy.

After World War II it re-opened and operated as a cinema before going over to bingo in 1961. Last operating as a Top Ten Bingo Club, it was closed in 2013.

Contributed by Editha Pearce

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popcorn_pete on November 21, 2016 at 4:40 pm

Opened as White’s Palace in 1910 and became Barger’s Picture Palace four years later. It was enlarged in 1921 and a year later advertised for sale but failed to attract any buyers. It reopened as the Palace in 1923. The recent bingo operation closed in March 2013, along with the Milford Haven branch at the former Astoria, and it is unclear what the premises are being used for.

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