Picture House

68 High Street,
Dingwall, IV15 9RY

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Picture House

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Located in Dingwall, at the western shore of the Cromarty Firth, to the north of Inverness. The Picture House opened 31st August 1931. It was a conversion of a Masonic Hall.

The cinema was owned by Dingwall Picture House, and the proscenium was 24ft wide.

It is not known when the it closed, although it was open until at least 1972.

By 2008 the building had become a bar, rather nicely called The Picture House.

Contributed by David Simpson

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popcorn_pete
popcorn_pete on July 16, 2016 at 4:25 pm

According to the Ross-shire Journal the Picture House opened on 31 August 1931 and the opening attraction was Eddie Cantor in ‘Whoopee’.

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