392 Charlotte Street,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: Herbert George Duerr
Styles: Art Deco
The Vogue Theatre situated in downtown Sydney, Nova Scotia, opened its doors in 1939 and showed films for 60 years. Heralded as the ‘newest type of theatre’ with ‘modernity as its keynote’, the Vogue was decorated in what is now termed the Art Deco style. The architect was Herbert G. Duerr of Toronto, Canada.
The Vogue Theatre closed in 1998. It sat on an unusually large downtown lot overlooking Sydney Harbor until it was demolished in April 2008.
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