Myrtle Cinema

141 Main Street,
Bingley, BD16 1AJ

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Myrtle Cinema

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The Myrtle Cinema was one of four cinemas to operate in the West Yorkshire town of Bingley. It was opened in 1921 and closed in 1964, to be converted into a supermarket.

The former Myrtle Cinema is now a pub in the J.D. Wetherspoon chain known as The Myrtle Grove, it opened on 13th September 2000.

Contributed by Christopher Walczak

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CSWalczak on June 4, 2012 at 10:02 am

The set of photos that accompanies this article includes a photo of the Myrtle Cinema; it is the third photo in the set.

HJHill on February 22, 2013 at 3:01 pm

In the Kinematograph Year Book for 1947, the Myrtle had 900 seats. Prices ranged from 10d to 2/6; pricier than the Hippodrome which was charging 6d to 1/6 at the time. The KYE for 1954 gives the prices as 7d to 2/7; the Hippodrome was a branch of Woolworth’s by then. In 1954 the screen at the Myrtle was 16ft6 by 12ft6.

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