Royal Music Hall
520 E. Capitol Street,
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Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Century Theatre
The Century Theatre opened as a playhouse in 1901. Films were screened from 1913, and by 1928 it was a full time movie theatre. The theatre was operated by Publix, Paramount-Richards and Paramount Gulf until mid-1950.
The theatre was renovated and reopened late-1950 as the Royal Music Hall (a movie theatre) and by 1957 it was operated by A. Lloyd Royal of the Royal Theaters chain. It was closed on June 4, 1959. The shuttered building suffered a fire in July 1960. It was converted to Law Offices and has since been demolished.
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