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 1940s.
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 1990s, 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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