194 Dundas Street,
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The Century Theatre in London opened as Loew’s London Theatre in 1924, operating under a class A license which allowed for both theatrical performances and motion pictures. It was extensively renovated in 1939, and again in the late-1940’s.
The theatre was taken over by United Century Theatres in 1964, renamed the Century Theatre, and converted into a dual auditorium. The auditorium was demolished in the early-1990’s, but former patrons still remember the long walk up the entrance hall to enter the theatre proper.
This hallway has been preserved, and now functions as a nightclub and restaurant.
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