Prince's Pavilion Cinema

89 High Street,
London, E17

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Located in the east London district of Walthamstow. The Prince’s Pavilion Cinematograph Theatre opened in October 1909. The entrance was down a passage off the High Street, next to a timber yard.

It was re-built in 1912, with seating for 900, and re-opened on 12th September 1912 with "The Mysteries of Paris".

The Prince’s Pavilion Cinema was closed on 24th May 1930 and was demolished (apart from one wall). The Dominion Cinema was built on the site, with an entrance around the corner on Buxton Road. The original wall of the Prince’s Pavilion Cinema, with some faded decoration could still be seen at the rear of the now closed Dominion Cinema for many years, but around 2008, a small block of flats was built on the site of the former High Street entrance.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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