Princess Picture House
3 Northumberland Street,
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Originally built as a wool merchants warehouse. It was converted into the Princess Picture House, which opened on 19th May 1923, and was designed by local Huddersfield architect Clifford Hickson.
It was owned in 1943 by Princess Pictures Ltd., had a proscenium 24 feet wide, and also had a cafe in the basement and a dance hall within the building.
It was reputedly a very pretty cinema. The Princess Picture House closed as a cinema on 24th April 1982 with Richard Gere in “Yanks”
It later became an up-market restaurant, then a nightclub and bar which closed in 2005. The building was converted into an up-market casino which will opened in 2008.
The Princess Picture House is a Grade II Listed building.
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