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Abbeydale Picture House

The Abbeydale Picture House is a magnificent, Grade ll listed, former 1920’s cinema located on Sheffield’s bustling Abbeydale Road.


It is one of the few cinemas of its age still standing today. When it opened its doors on 20 December 1920, it was referred to as the “Picture Palace” because of its decadent cream and gold colour scheme. The cinema closed to the public in 1975 and was then used as an office furniture showroom until 1991.

The CADS Trust are now restoring this charming venue back to its former glory, and we love creating cinema experiences. Especially because our events, along with others, help to fund the ongoing and important restoration work of this incredible heritage building.

Like all our experiences, we transform The Abbeydale Picture House with incredible lighting and décor, and pair our events with fantastic local street food and drinks options, as well as live music in the car park area and DJs inside the venue.

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