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In November the Picture House will turn 92 and I feel it is important to take the time to start to record her history in a more thorough way than has been done in the past.As part of this new history gathering project myself and Kat Garcia, are asking people to contribute a little bit of their time to share with us any special memories they have of the Picture House.
The more time passes the more unusual it is to find an independent cinema like the Hyde Park as it is one of a dying breed.Building a bolder future Deyan Sudjic, the Observer Sunday August 20, 2006 The Observer Britain's burst of high-profile architecture has spilled across the whole country, from the Eden Centre in Cornwall to the transformation of both banks of the Tyne with the Baltic Gallery and Norman Foster's concert halls in Newcastle.Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham and Leeds have all started being interested in building skyscrapers. It would be pretty cool if different retailers had a bitchy fashion-world catfight over who could design the most impressive store, similar to the one that produced the fantastic 19th century banks on Park Row. I thought there might be a few people on here who could help them out, especially with the old photos bit.Yours faithfully, Wendy Cook Administrator Front of House HYDE PARK PICTURE HOUSE 01 Couldn't find anything on Leodis I'm afraid, but I know the David Hare film 'Wetherby' includes a scene in which Joely Richardson walks past the exterior. While I think it's great to have an old-school cinema still functioning as it used to, I feel the HPPH is one of the things that is preventing Leeds from getting a proper Picture House cinema.