St James Cinema
18 Cambridge Street,
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A conversion of a building originally built in 1882 as a club room for the Harrogate Conservative Club. For 20 years prior to cinema shows the building had been used as a sale room. It opened as the St James Cinema in mid-April 1907 and closed on Saturday 19th May 1960 with “Blind Date” and “Doctor at Sea”.
The building was converted into a Thrift supermarket but demolished early this century and a brand new Marks and Spencer store was built on the site, opening in November 2005. The St James cinema backed onto the Central cinema - the new M&S store occupies the site of both.
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