Theatre de Luxe

16 - 17 Kirkgate,
Leeds, LS1 6BY

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Architects: G. Birkinshaw, C.S. Nelson

Functions: Retail

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The Theatre de Luxe, Kirkgate, Leeds in July 2005

The Theatre de Luxe opened Saturday 3rd December 1910. Daily 2 - 10:30. Admission 2d, 3d, 4d. Entire change of programme Monday & Thursday. Proprietors: National Electric Theatre. Architects C.S. Nelson & G. Birkinshaw of Leeds (remodelling of a former confectioner).

The Theatre de Luxe was closed Saturday 26th May 1934 with Arthur Roscoe & Naunton Wayne in “Going Gay”. The building is now used for retail purposes.

Contributed by Harry Rigby
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