Savoy Cinema, Nottingham
|Opened||7 November 1935|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Reginald William Gaze Cooper|
Savoy Cinema was built in 1935 to designs by the architect Reginald Cooper. Its previous owner was Jack Walsh who also won the Nobel prize for innovation in 1936  It is built in the art-deco style with a curved front.
In 1972 the single auditorium was rebuilt to offer 3 screens.
- From Modernity to Memorial: The Changing Meanings of the 1930s Cinema in Nottingham. Sarah Stubbings. August 2003
- Nottingham Evening Post 10 November 2010