The Hyde Park Picture House is a Grade II listed cinema built in 1914, which makes it one of the oldest cinemas in Leeds!
The cinema is a working, commercial cinema and is open daily for film screenings and special events.Our free projection room tours give you the chance to get behind the scenes at the cinema, where you can learn about the history of film projection and how it works today.
We're offering these tours as part of Heritage Open Days 2019, England's largest festival of history and culture.
Across the country, from 13-22 September, over 1,500 organisations will open their doors and invite visitors to experience local history, architecture and culture, free of charge.
For more information go to www.heritageopendays.org.uk
This event is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, thanks to money raised by National Lottery players.
To find out more about how the National Lottery Heritage Fund is supporting the Hyde Park Park Picture House, please visit http://www.thepicturehouseproject.com
Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?No.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?No, you do not need to print your ticket, we will have a list of bookings.
Is the projection tour accessible for wheelchair users?Unfortunately the only way up to the projection room is up two flight of stairs at present.
However, all visitors can explore the beautiful auditorium of the historic Hyde Park Picture House and learn lots of fun facts about the building on a self guided tour anytime between 10am - 3pm, just drop in.
If you have any further questions about this event, or would like to know more about the cinema, please email email@example.com
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