9-17 Highgate Road,
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Located in the north London district of Kentish Town. A very similiar in design sister theatre to the Forum Theatre, Ealing which opened the same year (1934), the Kentish Town Forum Theatre seated 2,175 in stalls and single balcony. The architect was J. Stanley Beard and the interior design was by W.R. Bennett. It was taken over in 1935 by Associated British Cinemas(ABC).
Re-named ABC in 1963, it was closed in 1970. It became first a bingo hall then a ballroom and finally a concert hall/theatre (I can well remember going to see “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” there – the bouncers on the door were terrifying!).
It returned to it’s original name in 1993 and is now a Grade II Listed building.
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