Old Theatres Magazine

posted by nedurndun on February 11, 2009 at 9:45 am

Packed with superb illustrations and information, Britain now has a splendid magazine highlighting its wonderful places of entertainment over the years. Old Theatres magazine has just been launched at the Coliseum Theatre, Aberystwyth, and promises to be a wonderful source of information for all devotees of these splendid places.

The magazine is dedicated to the country’s superb venues, their great Patrons and the devotees who support them, and is edited by retired journalists and authors under the Patronage of Britain’s maestro of mirth, Ken Dodd, impresario Duggie Chapman, and by Qdos Entertainment who are the UKs second largest privately owned theatre operators. The first issue was launched at the 104 year old Coliseum Theatre at Aberystwyth and is attracting rave reviews everywhere.

To obtain your copy, please write to OLD THEATRES, The Coach House, Minllyn, Dinas Mawddwy, Machylleth, Powys, SY20 9LP enclose a cheque for £5.65 which includes UK postage. (Cheques should be made payable to T.G. Kirtland) Please E Mail us with any queries.

as overseas postage may be a little more. More details are on our web pages www.oldtheatres.co.uk

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Comments (3)

irishcine
irishcine on February 12, 2009 at 10:05 am

Sounds very good but for many of us a cheque in sterling is either an impossibility, or else attracts very significant pain and some considerable cost in going to the bank and securing a sterling bank draft, for what is a relatively small sum for each and every issue.

Might be a lot easier if a subscription was offered, with the ability to pay by credit card. Good luck with your venture.

nedurndun
nedurndun on February 13, 2009 at 2:18 am

It is something that we intend to do. Many thanks for your best wishes and interest. Our next Issue will be out in May.

nedurndun
nedurndun on August 29, 2009 at 9:18 am

The Autumn edition of OLD THEATRES Britain’s cherished magazine for theatre devotees has just been published early, pending the shock announcement of the proposed demolition of Nelson Palace theatre—to become a car park. We have managed to secure colour photographs of its exterior. We are anxious to make contact with theatre groups helping to preserve theatres in the USA—an exchange of information could be very important. Just E Mail us on

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