Queen's Cinema

Half Acre,
Brentford, TW8

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Styles: Tudor Revival

Previous Names: Queen's Hall

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Queen's Cinema

Built in 1911, the Queen’s Hall was built to be used either as a theatre, a skating rink or a cinema. It opened as the Queen’s Hall Cinema in early-1912. In the 1930’s, certainly by 1937, it had been re-named Queen’s Cinema.

Always independently operated, it was apparently never fitted for Cinemascope and was closed on 1st December 1957 with a double bill of films made in 1952 and 1953; Rod Cameron in "Wagons West" and Van Heflin in "South of Algiers".

The cinema was later demolished and the site was re-developed.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Johnllon on December 17, 2021 at 9:25 am

I think a police station was built on the site of the Queens cinema

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