Palace Cinema

183 Constitution Street,
Leith, EH6 7AA

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Functions: Bar

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Palace, Leith, Edinburgh

Located in the Leith district of Edinburgh, the Palace Cinema is sited on a prominent corner of Constitution Street and Duke Street. It opened on 1st January 1913 and was independently operated.

The corner entrance has a large wide arch. The entrance hall is pillared and has a decorative ceiling. Inside the auditorium seating was provided in stalls and a cantilevered circle.

The Palace cinema closed on 31st December 1966 with Rosalind Russell in "The Trouble With Angles". It was converted into a bingo club.

On 25th July 2001 it opened as a pub in the JD Wetherspoon chain named The Foot of the Walk. The circle has been sealed off and still retains the original cinema seats.

On 29th March 1995, Historic Scotland designated the Palace Cinema a Grade C(s) Listed building.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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