Britain’s Old Theatres

posted by Michael Zoldessy on October 24, 2011 at 7:44 am

The current edition of Britain’s cherished magazine of nostalgia, OLD THEATRES, (Edition 10) features a section devoted to theatres which became cinemas. Several London theatres are included in Mike Lang’s article, including Putney Hippodrome which was converted into a cinema during its early days and the Shakespeare theatre at Clapham Junction. We show pictures of its exterior and auditorium, together with Camden Hippodrome, Clapham Grand, and Blyth Theatre Royal.

This very special edition also details many of the theatres in Britain which are now at risk, and we include pictures of the appalling state that some of them are now in. We welcome comments from your supporters which should be sent to us by E Mail: .

OLD THEATRES magazine Patrons include Britain’s master of mirth, Ken Dodd OBE, impresario Duggie Chapman, MBE and Qdos Entertainment, the world’s most prolific pantomime providers.

More details about the magazine which gets great reviews wherever it goes, can be seen on our web pages: Copies cost £6.66p which includes UK postage and packing. Overseas visitors are asked to contact us first, so that we can calculate postage.

We look forward to hearing from supporters of Cinema Treasures and hope they use our great facilities to help preserve information regarding Britain’s theatre heritage.

All best wishes

Jayne Darcy


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