Gaiety Cinema

Mortlake High Street and Vineyard Path,
London, SW14 8HR

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Built on the site of Leach Brothers stores, and close to the Charlie Butler pub on Mortlake High Street at Vineyard Path. The Mortlake Cinema opened in early 1913. In 1914, it was re-named Electric Pavilion Cinema, and then it was soon closed and was used as a factory for the duration on World War I.

It was re-opened in 1920 as the Gaiety Cinema. An Edibell sound system was installed in 1930, but the cinema was closed later in 1930.

It was converted to industrial use, and was damaged by a fire in 1969. It was demolished in a road widening scheme of Mortlake High Street.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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