372 Stratford Road,
Birmingham, B11 4AB

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Architects: Captain Fred Campbell

Firms: Campbell & Fairhurst

Styles: Neo-Classical

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Located in the Sparkbrook district in the south of Birmingham. The Picturedrome was opened in 1912. It was closed in 1929 and was demolished to build the Piccadilly Super Cinema on an enlarged site at the rear.

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Philip Picturedrome
Philip Picturedrome on June 9, 2017 at 5:09 am

A twin of the Kensington Picturedrome in Liverpool (see my avatar) which is two years older, and survives as Wetherspoons. Architects: Campbell & Fairhurst of Southport. It’s now one of only four surviving cinemas in the UK with original facades, which opened in 1910.

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