233 2nd Avenue South,
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Constructed in 1913, the Victoria Theatre. It was rebuilt in 1930, as a Spanish-Mediterranean/Atmospheric style, similar to that of nearby Capitol Theatre and was renamed Tivoli Theatre on August 2, 1930 when it reopened with Reginald Denny in “What a Man”.
A more modern facade was added in 1965, prompting yet another name change; this time to the Odeon Theatre from August 30, 1965 when it reopened with James Stewart in “Shenandoah”. In 1992 it was renamed Paradise Theatre.
As of July 2009, the exterior and interior of this theatre have been extensively renovated, and are now part of the Odeon Events Centre.
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