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A reasonably complete table of all known cinemas in Scotland that currently hold listed building status.
The number in brackets refers to the date they were added to the statutory list, and clicking on the date links to the Historic Scotland official description, while clicking on the cinema name will bring up the Scottish Cinemas description of each site. A few also have links to the relevant local authority online planning applications list for that building where available.

As of June 2008, Scotland has 7 A-listed, 58 B-listed, and 21 C(s)-listed cinema buildings.

Jump to: Category A - Category B - Category C(s)

Category A
Buildings of national or international importance, either architectural or historic, or fine little-altered examples of some particular period, style or building type.

Bo'ness, Hippodrome
(1979)

Campbeltown, Picture House
(1989)

Edinburgh, Playhouse
(1974) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Queen's Hall
(1965) (Planning)

Glasgow, Britannia / Panopticon
(1977)

Glasgow, Salon
(1977)

Glasgow, Waverley
(1992)



Category B
Buildings of regional or more than local importance, or major examples of some particular period, style or building type which may have been altered.

Aberdeen, Capitol
(1977)

Aberdeen, Picturedrome
(1992)

Aberdeen, Queen's
(1967)

Alexandria, Hall
(1996)

Arbroath, Olympia
(1971) (Planning)

Arbroath, Picture House
(1971) (Planning)

Ardrossan, Lyric
(1971)

Ayr, Green's Playhouse
(1999) (Planning)

Bathgate, Regal
(1999)

Broughty Ferry, Regal
(1990)  (Planning)

Crail, Airfield Gymnasium and Cinema
(2006)

Dufftown, Picture House
(1976) (Planning)

Dundee, Green's Playhouse
(1988) (Planning)

Dundee, King's / Gaumont
(1989) (Planning)

Dundee, Gilfillan Hall
(1965) (Planning)

Dundee, Rialto Lochee
(1993) (Planning)

Dunfermline, Alhambra
(1991)

Dunfermline, Robins
(1992)

Edinburgh, Caley
(1974) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Cameo
(2005) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Dominion
(1993) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Filmhouse
(1970) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Monseigneur News
(1985) (Planning)

Edinburgh, New Tivoli
(1993) (Planning)

Edinburgh, New Victoria/Odeon
(1974) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Oddfellows
(2001) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Regal / ABC
(1993) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Star
(1974) (Planning)


Glasgow, Ascot
(1989)

Glasgow, Charing X Electric
(1988)

Glasgow, Coliseum
(1986)

Glasgow, Cosmo / GFT
(1988)

Glasgow, Cranston's De Luxe
(1985)

Glasgow, Govanhill
(1989)

Glasgow, Lyceum
(1987)

Glasgow, New Bedford
(1986)

Glasgow, Olympia
(1977)

Glasgow, Paramount / Odeon
(2003)

Glasgow, Picture. House / Gaumont
(1970)

Glasgow, Riddrie
(2008)

Glasgow, Toledo / ABC
(1991)

Glasgow, Vitagraph / Kings
(2004)

Hamilton, La Scala
(1979)

Invergordon, Playhouse
(1983)

Kilmarnock, King's / ABC
(2002)


Kirkcaldy, Opera House / ABC
(1997)

Kirriemuir, Regal
(1971) (Planning)

Leith, Central
(1977) (Planning)

Leith, State
(1995) (Planning)

Paisley, Glen
(1985)

Paisley, Methodist Halls
(1985)

Paisley, Picture House
(1985)

Perth, Playhouse
(2004) (Planning)

St. Andrews, New Picture House
(2008)

Saltcoats, Countess / Town Hall
(1980)

Stirling, Alhambra
(1976) (Planning)

Stonehouse, Rex
(2005)


Tain, Picture House
(1982)



Category C(s)
Buildings of local importance, lesser examples of any period, style, or building type, as originally constructed or moderately altered.

Aberdeen, Palace
(2002)

Aberdeen, Regent / Odeon
(1998)

Airdrie, Rialto
(2002)

Banff
, Picture House
(1972)

Bathgate, Pavilion
(2008)

Edinburgh, Albert Hall
(1981) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Pringle's PP
(1981) (Planning)

Edinburgh, Roxy
(1997) (Planning)


Grangemouth, La Scala
(2007)

Hamilton, Granada/Playhouse
(1993)

Helensburgh, La Scala
(1993)

Kilbirnie, Radio
(2000)

Lanark, Regal
(2008)

Leith, Palace
(1995) (Planning)


Leven, Regent
(1999)

Peebles, Playhouse
(1995) (Planning)

Portobello, County / George
(1974) (Planning)

Prestwick, Broadway
(2004) (Planning)

Rutherglen, Vogue
(2005)

Wishaw, Cinema
(2004)

Wishaw, Green's Playhouse
(2004)

Cinemas that were listed, but have since been demolished include:
Kingsway, Glasgow (Cat. B).