Tudor Cinema

24 Tudor Square,
Nottingham, NG2 6BT

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Located in the south Nottingham district of West Bridgford at the corner of Central Avenue and Rectory Road (today re-named Tudor Square after the cinema). The Tudor Cinema was opened on 21st September 1931 with Grace Moore in “Jenny Lind” and Laurel & Hardy in “Be Big”. It was designed in a Tudor Revival style by Nottingham architect Alfred J. Thraves. Seating was provided in stalls and circle levels. It had a 28 feet wide proscenium and was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system.

The Tudor Cinema was closed on 31st October 1959 with Kenneth Conner in “Carry on Teacher” and Lee Patterson in “The White Trap”. The building was demolished.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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grimbling
grimbling on February 3, 2018 at 1:00 am

This was my local cinema until it was so sadly closed and demolished. We went to the Saturday morning kids' bunfights (6d in the stalls, 9d in the circle) and had a couple of school trips to see films; one was ‘The Ten Commandments’. It was located on the corner of Central Avenue and Rectory Road, where the tui holiday company now is.

PROJIE
PROJIE on April 12, 2018 at 6:25 am

Opening film was called ‘Jenny Lind’. The supporting film was ‘Be Big’ starring Laurel and Hardy.

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