Jardin de Paris

6 Ingestre Place,
London, W1F

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Located in a tiny backstreet, off Broadwick Street, in the heart of central London’s Soho district. Opened by Felix G. Hate, who also operated the Hate Film Cleaning Company from the premises. The small Hate’s Cinema opened in December 1909. It was later re-named Jaridin de Paris, and was closed around 1916.

A garage operated on the site, but apparently fragments of the cinema entrance are still in situ. Today, the building may be in use as a hotel.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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