139 Turnpike Lane,
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Previous Names: Bioscope Theatre, Grand Cinema, Grand Picture Palace
The Bioscope Theatre opened in 1913, on the southwest corner of Wightman Road and Turnpike Lane in the Hornsey/Harringay district of north London. It was a rather plain ‘box like’ cinema. Renamed Grand Cinema by 1927 when it was operated by J.H. Cavin. It was the Grand Picture Palace by 1928. By 1934 it had been equipped with a British Thomson Houston(BTH) sound system and was operating as the Regent Cinema, but had closed by 1937.
The cinema was demolished to make way for road improvements after World War II.
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