Govan. According to an email from Tony Burns, this bingo hall on Govan Road used to be the Lyceum Movie Hall and it was showing films up until the early 70's.
The above is confirmed by James Stang who emails to say, "...I lived accross from the Lyceum at 6 McKechnie Street where the Lyceum was since I was born in 1948. I used to sell papers outside it every evening and used to go into it every Saturday."
He refers me to the Lyceum page of www.scottishcinemas.org.uk, "The Lyceum Picture House was opened in December 1938 and was built on the site of the earlier Lyceum Theatre, which had opened in 1899, and burned down in 1937. The replacement building, by McNair & Elder, was a stunning streamlined suburban super-cinema, originally seating 2,600."
If you want to find out about the Lyceum visit this site: http://www.scottishcinemas.org.uk/glasgow/lyceum/index.html"