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2003 Photo from the Ken Roe collection.
Green Lane & Macklin Street
Derby UK

Record #5436  
 Opened: 1914
 Closed: 1959
 Current Use: Bingo Hall
Capacity: 1800 seats
Architect(s): Marshall & Tweedy
Architectural Style(s): Baroque
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:

Information for this tour was contributed by Ken Roe.

The Hippodrome Theatre opened as a live Variety & Revue theatre in 1914. It was converted into a cinema in 1930 and remained in that use until 1950 when it reverted back to live theatre use. This ceased in 1959 and after laying empty for 3 years it was converted into a bingo club which remains open to date. The theatre was Listed Grade II in 1996.

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October 2003 photos from the Ken Roe collection.

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