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by T.J. Wyke,Nigel Rudyard

  • Author: T.J. Wyke,Nigel Rudyard
  • ISBN: 0947969187
  • ISBN13: 978-0947969189
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Bibliography of North West England (January 1995)
  • Pages: 111
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Manchester Theatres (Bibliography of North West England) ePub download

Rudyard, Nigel; Wyke, Terry (1994), Manchester Theatres, Bibliography of North West England, ISBN 978-47969-18-9.

The building opened as a cinema in 1931, but was badly damaged by fire in April 1932 and was closed for repairs until August 1933. Rudyard, Nigel; Wyke, Terry (1994), Manchester Theatres, Bibliography of North West England, ISBN 978-47969-18-9.

The Theatre Royal in Manchester, England, opened in 1845. Rudyard, Nigel; Wyke, Terry (1994). Bibliography of North West England. Situated next to the Free Trade Hall, it is the oldest surviving theatre in Manchester. It was commissioned by Mancunian businessman John Knowles who wanted a theatre venue in the city. The Theatre Royal operated as a theatre from 1845 until 1921, when it closed in the face of growing competition from the Palace Theatre and Opera House. The building has since been converted numerous times for use as a cinema, bingo hall and nightclub. It has been unoccupied since 2009.

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The Playhouse Theatre, originally known as the Hulme Hippodrome, was built in Hulme, Manchester, between 1901 and . Rudyard, Nigel; Wyke, Terry (1994), Manchester Theatres, Bibliography of North West England, ISBN 978-47969-18-9

The Playhouse Theatre, originally known as the Hulme Hippodrome, was built in Hulme, Manchester, between 1901 and 1902 and opened on 6 October 1902. It and the nearby Grand Junction Theatre, built at the same time, were part of the theatrical empire of W. H. Broadhead The Hippodrome presented mainly variety acts, while the Grand Junction concentrated on staging dramatic productions.

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