Theatre Royal, Newcastle-under-Lyme

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Date:1890 - 1930 (c.)

Description:The Theatre Royal was built between 1787 and 1788. In 1910 the theatre became Newcastle's first electric cinema, originally known as the Newcastle Cinema Theatre. The medallion of Shakespeare can be seen here on its gable end.

The building was demolished in the 1960s and was replaced by an office block.


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1900s
Unveiling of the Queen Victoria Monument, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Unveiling of the Queen Victoria Monument, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Queen Victoria statue was presented to the Borough of Newcastle by the then ...

1920s
Prince of Wales visit to Newcastle-under-Lyme
Prince of Wales visit to Newcastle-under-Lyme

HRH The Prince of Wales is here seen travelling down Queen Street to Nelson Place, ...

1950s
Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This painting by artist Alf Fallows depicts the view across Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ...

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Donor ref:PA 30 (22/4629)

Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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