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The main stage had a screen put over it (and you can see the border detail, and band pit in front of the stage) and the balcony was turned into another screen. It’s a really big screen, really close up (it was a small balcony – only a couple of rows of seats).
I bet if you got a chance to see behind the screen you would still see the stage, if it’s used for storage…
Also, there is a wooden (giant vent/grate looking thing over the stage on the ceiling) where I bet the theatre’s small WurliTzer was.
No longer office spaces, it was demolished, and the site has now been rebuilt on.
Does anybody have any pictures of this place?