History of Bradford Cinemas by Colin Sutton

In memory of Colin Sutton - sadly Colin passed away in 2012
This content (plus a few additions) was originally to be found at www.kingsdr.demon.co.uk
Reproduced without permission because I have been unable to contact his executor (Bryan Haines)

Bradford Cinema Heritage Trail (Flickr)

The Old Cinemas of Bradford & its Suburbs

Do You Remember These Lost Picture Palaces?

Bradford City Centre Cinemas
Bradford PH/Morley Street/Majestic | Cinecentre | Cineworld Multiplex
Cubby Brocoli | Empire/New Empire | Grand | Imax
New Victoria/Gaumont/Odeon | (Original) Odeon | Penthouse Cine Club
Picturedrome/Astra | Pictureville | Regent/Essoldo
Ritz/ABC 123/Cannon 123 | St George's Hall | Savoy | Tatler/New Tatler
Temperance Hall/Civic Playhouse/Priestley/Playhouse | Theatre de Luxe
Theatre Royal/Irving Royal/Classic Royal

North East Bradford Suburban Cinemas
Coronet | Eccleshill PH | Electric Palace | Greengates
Hippodrome/Roxy | Idle | Kozey | Lyceum | Odeon Multiplex
Oxford | Queen's Hall | Palladium/Regal | Scala | Tennyson
Tivoli | World's Window Palace

North West Bradford Suburban Cinemas
Arcadian | Clayton/Rialto | Coliseum | Cross Lane/Plaza | Elite
Elysian | Empress | Grange | King's Hall | Marlboro/Liberty
Naz | Oak Lane/Oriental | Olympic | Sangeet
Thornton Mechanics/The Cinema | Victoria Palace

South Bradford Suburban Cinemas
Birch | Carlton | Cosy | Coventry | Dudley Hill | Ideal | Low Moor
Towers Hall | Park Road/Western | Wyke Hippodrome/Star

Bradford's Old Theatres
Alhambra | Civic Playhouse | Empire Theatre | Library Theatre | New Victoria Theatre
Prince's Theatre | Star Music Hall / People's Palace / Palace Theatre
Royal Alexandra Theatre / Theatre Royal and Opera House

Acknowledgements and Reference Sources.

Bradford Cinema Architects.

The history articles are Copyright ©1980-2010 by Colin Sutton
and may not be copied or reproduced without permission.

Other Cinema History websites written by Colin Sutton . . .
History of Shipley & Baildon Cinemas
Cinema Organs of Bradford & Shipley
 
Site last updated 15 July 2010.
Added to Bradford Timeline 25 January 2014


Web Page design by Colin Sutton ©2003/10. (u/d 16/07/10)