10 S. Water Street,
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The Victorian Theatre was opened on March 1, 1924 with Baby Peggy in “Such is Life”. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ. It was closed in June 1930. New operators took over later in 1930 and it re-opened as the Criterion Theatre which was equipped for ‘talkies’. In 1947 it was given a Streamline Moderne makeover. It was renovated in an Art Deco style in 1935. It was closed on April 6, 1976 with David Niven in “Old Dracula”. The auditorium was demolished in 1978 and the lobby section became a restaurant.
In 2020 Water Street Tattoo operates from this address.
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