Alexandra Picture Theatre

10a Camp Road,
Woodhouse,
Leeds, LS6

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Alexandra Picture Theatre

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Located in the Woodhouse district of Leeds. The Alexandra Picture Theatre was originally planned in the summer of 1912 as the Empire Picture Palace, built for the Universal Cinema Co. Ltd. and designed by Leeds based architects Chadwick & Watson.

It opened as the Alexandra Picture Theatre on 30th September 1912 with a 3-reeler “The Sphynx” and “The Passer-By”. It was closed on 9th April 1938 with Otto Kruger in “Counsel For Crime”, and has since been demolished.

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