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1Albert Hall, Barkers Pool. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937 	s01553

Albert Hall, Barkers Pool. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937

2Albert Hall, Barkers Pool. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937 	s01554

Albert Hall, Barkers Pool. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937

3The tea room, The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th November 1985 	s02692

The tea room, The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th November 1985

4Oxford Picture Palace, Addy Street 	s02717

Oxford Picture Palace, Addy Street

5Chapeltown Picture Palace, Nos 19/21 Station Road. Opened 23 December 1912, seating 450. Closed 16 March 1963 and became a bingo hall 	s02719

Chapeltown Picture Palace, Nos 19/21 Station Road. Opened 23 December 1912, seating 450. Closed 16 March 1963 and became a bingo hall

6The lounge (note painted Italian Gardens), The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th Novembers08037

The lounge (note painted Italian Gardens), The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th November

7Interior of The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th November 1985 	s08038

Interior of The Regent Cinema, Barker's Pool, later became Gaumont. Designed by W.E. Trent. Opened 26th December, 1927. Became the Gaumont in 1946 and was twinned by Rank in 1969 and tripled in 1979. Closed 7th November 1985

8Cinema House, Fargate (later renamed Barker's Pool). Designed by H.E. Farmer, opened 6th May 1913. Closed 12th August 1961 and demolished for redevelopment. Queen Victoria Monument in background 	s08043

Cinema House, Fargate (later renamed Barker's Pool). Designed by H.E. Farmer, opened 6th May 1913. Closed 12th August 1961 and demolished for redevelopment. Queen Victoria Monument in background

9Interior of The Star Picture House, Ecclesall Road junction of William Street. Opened 23 December 1915. The first sound film was shown 23 December 1929. Closed as a cinema 17 January 1962. Reopened as Star bingo hall until 1984. Demolished October 19s08056

Interior of The Star Picture House, Ecclesall Road junction of William Street. Opened 23 December 1915. The first sound film was shown 23 December 1929. Closed as a cinema 17 January 1962. Reopened as Star bingo hall until 1984. Demolished October 19

10Forum, Herries Road, opened 17th September 1938 	s08063

Forum, Herries Road, opened 17th September 1938

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