|Address||127 St. Stephen's Green|
|Architect||Jones and Kelly|
|Owned by||St. Stephen's Green Company|
|Opened||18 December 1935|
|Other names||Stephen's Green Cinema|
Originally known as the Stephen's Green Cinema, it was located on the west side of St Stephen's Green. It opened on Wednesday, 18 December 1935 in an official ceremony performed by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alfred Byrne. The Green was designed by architects Jones and Kelly and had a seating capacity of 1,500. Some seats were equipped with a Fortephone apparatus which enabled patrons suffering from deafness to hear the soundtrack. The first film to be screened at the Green was Paris Love Song, starring Mary Ellis and Tullio Carminati.
In October 1987, the Green Cinema was purchased by the Dublin hotelier, PV Doyle, for £1.5m. The cinema was demolished shortly afterwards and the site remained derelict until 2002 when work began on the construction of a new office block. In 2005, the new building was leased by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) as their Irish headquarters.
- The Irish Times, "Dublin's new cinema", 19 December 1935
- The Irish Times, 18 December 1935, p. 4
- The Irish Times, "Dublin's new cinema", 13 December 1935
- Irish Independent, "PV buys out Green Cinema for £1½", 24 October, 1987
- The Irish Times, "Scots haven't skimped on Stephen's Green HQ", 31 March, 2005