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I should also have mentioned that there some 60 photos of the Capitol taken in 1924 on the National Library of Australia website.
Snow White and the Three Stooges was at the Capitol from 26 Dec 1961 to 10 Jan 1962.
The architect for this theatre was Thomas Lamb.
This theatre was severely damaged by a fire in 1985 and was in 2005 slated for demolition,however earlier this year the three people who were fighting to save the Tivoli,bought the theatre and will be restoring it.
The architect was Murray Brown,who was also the architect of the Capitol Theatre at Port Hope.
Theatre opened on 2 December 1929.Marlene Dietrich appeared on stage her in April 1966.
Opened 16 Feb 1927
the photo on the Regina library website shows the interior of the Capitol,and it is not atmospheric as previously thought.Photo can be viewed at this address –
listed under Education and culture.
Opened on 12 Nov 1941 and the architects were John and Drew Eberson.
Originally had 939 seats.
Restored theatre reopens on 7 July 2006 with 772 seats.
This theatre was located on Adderley Street.
Interesting to read on the theatre website that construction began in 1930 but the depression delayed the completion of the building until 1934.It opened 23 August and was designed by local architect,Dixon Rapp.I wonder if he is related to George and Cornelius.
Even though I live in Australia,a tour of the Paradise will be on the top of my list of things to do for my next visit to New York.Congratulations to all involved for organising the tours.
Ayr is located on the west coast of Scotland.
Forgot to mention that the style is atmospheric.Cambuslang appears to be a suburb of Glasgow.
This theatre was probably the work of architect W. Scott Dunne.
This theatre is not being restored,however the caretaker keeps the front of the theatre in good condition.
Theatre opened on 15 Apr 1930 and had 2295 seats.The architects were Hassall and Stockham.
State Theatre opened in 1931 and appears to have closed in 1971.Some excellent photos can be found at the following website
The Roxy opened on 29 Aug 1930 and was designed by Winnipeg architect, F F LeMaistre.It was also known as the Coronet and Towne cinema.The interior was in the style of a Spanish Villa with a dark blue ceiling with twinkling stars and the theatre also had two cloud machines.Several exterior photos appear at
The photos of this theatre posted on Cinematour.com would indicate that this was not an atmospheric.
The Carolina Theatre opened in September 1927.
This theatre had been closed for ten years but has now been restored and it reopened on 30 Sep 2005.
The el raton opened on 20 Apr 1930 and the architect was George Williamson.It currently seats 500.
According to David Naylor this is also an atmospheric.