Tudor Cinema Theatre

340 Haunch Lane,
Birmingham, B13 0PN

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Previously operated by: Associated British Cinemas Ltd.

Architects: Harold Seymour Scott

Styles: Tudor Revival

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Tudor Cinema Theatre

Located in the Yardley Wood area of the Kings Heath district in the south of Birmingham. The Tudor Cinema Theatre was opened on 30th March 1929. It was designed by architect Harold Seymour Scott, and was built by W.T. Whittall & Sons Ltd. The exterior of the building was in a Jacobean style, while the interior continued the Tudor theme. Seating in the auditorium was in stalls and circle levels.

The Tudor Cinema Theatre was taken over by the Associated British Cinemas(ABC) chain in 1934. It was closed on 17th March 1962 with Charlie Drake in “Petticoat Pirates” and the documentary “Drums for a Queen”.

It was converted into the independent Tudor Bingo Club and later became a Mecca Bingo Club and finally a Walkers Bingo Club=. The building was demolished in July 1990. A block of flats known as Home Meadow Court was built on the site.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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rivest266 on July 17, 2022 at 8:35 am

Grand opening ad posted.

Biffaskin on July 30, 2023 at 3:44 am

The final bingo operators were Walkers Bingo.

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