Deco relief from the former Paradise Theatre (1938)

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Taken on: December 31, 2015

Uploaded on: December 31, 2015

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Deco relief from the former Paradise Theatre (1938)

The deco relief / frieze on the north façade of the theatre is known as “The Dancer”. It stems from days of the Paradise Theatre (1938), a reworking by architect by Thomas Kerr of the Globe Theatre (1912-1913), which became the Coronet Cinema (1965) after being reworked by architect Ross A. Lort. The “Coronet” sign was removed in a 1986 renovation, when the theatre became the Empire Granville 7. This façade is considered heritage, but it has no protection and could be demolished.

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Splashcat66
Splashcat66 commented about Deco relief from the former Paradise Theatre (1938) on Apr 11, 2018 at 1:43 pm

Minor quibble, the Coronet opened July 8 1964

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