Prince Edward Theatre
55 Grafton Street,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Firms: Phillips & Chappell
The original Prince Edward Theatre building was built in the 1890’s on Grafton Street in downtown Charlottetown as a Masonic Temple which doubled as live theatre space. Famous Players acquired the building and converted it into a single-screen movie house in around 1935, with seating for 1,050.
The Prince Edward Theatre was destroyed by fire on December 13, 1955. In 1973, Famous Players opened the twin-screen Prince Edward Cinemas on the former theatre site.
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