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Search Aspect ( Odeon )
Location - Leeds & District

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Headrow looking West (City Centre)
Black & White image1947. View of the Headrow looking West towards the Town Hall. The clock tower can be seen in the background. Lewis's store is the tallest building on the right at the junction with New Briggate. On the opposite corner of New Briggate the Odeon Cinema is visible.
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Headrow Primark, Former Odeon Cinema (City Centre) (4 comments)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. Image shows the former Odeon Cinema, now Primark, located on the Headrow at the corner with New Briggate, left. The Odeon Cinema opened as the Paramount in 1932 and was part of Sir Reginald Blomfield's design for the new Headrow. It closed as the Odeon in 2000 and Primark acquired the freehold of the building. The conversion was completed and the new store opened in 2005.
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Headrow, former Lewis's building (City Centre)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of the former Lewis's building which first opened in 1932. Allders took over the premises in 1996 but for the last few years it has been vacant. A new £36m scheme has been approved to renovate and re-develop the building to the designs of Manchester based architects Fairhurst Design Group. The construction is to be undertaken by Wates Construction and it will be a mixed use scheme including flagship retail stores, 150,000 sq ft of office space, luxury apartments and a rooftop terrace. The roof terrace is to include a heather and lichen garden and there will be bat and bird boxes to encourage wild life in the city centre. Off camera, left, is Dortmund Square. On the right hand side of the Lewis's building (to be renamed Broadgate) is the junction with New Briggate and then the former Odeon cinema building which also opened in 1932, as the paramount. This has now been converted to Primark. Quarry House is visible in the background, right at the bottom of Eastgate.
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Headrow, Lewis's (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Headrow from the junction with Briggate to the left and New Briggate to the right. In the centre of the photograph is Lewis's Department Store which opened on September 17th 1932. Only the lower floor was opened at this time with the rest completed by 1938. To the right of the photograph the Odeon Cinema can be seen showing 'The Four Musketeers'.
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Headrow, Odeon Cinema (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th April 1942 Lower Headrow, Odeon Cinema, number 20 was opened on February 22nd 1932 as the Paramount, name change to Odeon in 1940. The entrance was at the junction with New Briggate. This view shows side of building and number 16 John Thorntons Chocolate Kabin. The cinema was designed by Frank T. Verity and seated 2,590. The design was structured to fit with the unified look of the Headrow, instigated by Sir Reginald Blomfield. Painting work is in progress, warning 'wet paint' on walls. Cars in road.
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