The Lost Cinemas of Portsmouth

Gaiety Picture Saloon Portsmouth

The Gaiety Southsea

Apollo Kinematic Theatre Southsea

Classic Cinema Southsea

Essoldo Southsea

Apollo Southsea

The Odeon Southsea

The Salon Southsea

Castle Picture Palace Portsmouth

The Grand Cinema Portsmouth

The Trafalger Portsmouth

Rialto Portsmouth

The Plaza Southsea

The Gaumont Southsea

St.James Hall Portsmouth

The Savoy Portsmouth

ABC Portsmouth

Cannon Portsmouth

ABC Portsmouth

Cinenews Portsmouth

Classic Cinema Portsmouth

The Palace Cinema Portsmouth

The Victoria Cinema Portsmouth

The Arcade Portsmouth

The Hippodrome Theatre Portsmouth

The Picture House Portsmouth

Copnor Electric Theatre Portsmouth

Tivoli Cinema Portsmouth

The Scala Picture House Southsea

Southsea Electric Theatre Southsea

The State Cinema Southsea

The Globe Portsmouth

Rex Portsmouth

Tatler Portsmouth

Classic Cinema Portsmouth

The Troxy Portsmouth

The Bijou Theatre Portsmouth

Fratton Electric Portsmouth

Classic Cosham

Cannon Cosham

Carlton Cosham

The Ambassador Cosham

The Odeon Cosham

Cosham Picture House Cosham

The Waverley Cinema Cosham

The Majestic Portsmouth

Essoldo Portsmouth

The Shaftesbury Cinema Portsmouth

The Paragon Portsmouth

Palace Of Varieties Picture House Portsmouth

The New Princes Cinema Portsmouth

Strand Kinema Portsmouth

The Odeon North End

The Regent North End

The Gaumont North End

The Eagle Picturedrome Portsmouth

The Queens Cinema Portsmouth

The North End Electric Theatre Portsmouth

The Empire Portsmouth

The Forum Portsmouth

Eastney Electric Theatre Eastney

The Regal Eastney

Essoldo Eastney

Tivoli Eastney

Gaiety Picture Saloon

247 Commercial Rd Portsmouth
Located in Portsmouth city centre. This was built in early 1912 as a small music hall, opening around April 1912 as Keast’s Gaiety Music Hall, and operated by William Keast. In June 1913 it was equipped with an Ernemann projector and became the Gaiety Picture Saloon. It was closed in 1918.
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