King's Hall Cinema
104 White Abbey Road,
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The King’s Hall Cinema was the first purpose built cinema in Bradford. It was opened on 20th February 1911 with ‘A Programme of High Class Pictures and Vaudeville’. The first films were “Misers Gold” and Pirates of 1920". On stage were two class acts.
The King’S Hall Cinema was closed on 30th September 1930 (as a silent cinema). A road widening scheme was proposed for White Abbey Road, and it was soon demolished. The Art Deco style Melbourne Hotel was built on part of the site.
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