Strand Cinema

122 Jack Lane,
Leeds, LS10 1BW

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Located in the Hunslet district to the southwest of the city centre. The Strand Cinema was opened on 13th November 1931 with the film “Plunder” starring the Aldwych Theatre Company. It was designed by Leeds based architect J.P. Crawford and had an attractive white tile fa├žade. It was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system. It was independently operated by Maurice Cohen.

The Strand Cinema was closed on 3rd June 1961 with Cecil Parker in “Pure Hell of St. Trinian’s”. It was converted into the Strand Bingo Club. It was later demolished, a victim of massive slum clearance in the area and housing has been built on the site.

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