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Regent Theatre

37-43 Euston Rd
Kings Cross (London) UK

Record #5552  
 Opened: 1900
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Demolished: Yes (date unknown)
Capacity: 1310 seats
Architect(s): Bertie Crewe; Wylson & Long
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As: Century, Granada, Euston Palace of Varieties, Euston

Information for this tour was contributed by Ken Roe.

Originally opened in December 1900 as the Euston Palace of Varieties Theatre, later known as the Euston Theatre and Euston Music Hall. It remained in live theatre use until 1932 when the interior was adapted by architect Andrew Mather and converted into a cinema with a reduced seating capacity of 1,170.

After closing, this impressive theatre standing directly opposite the equally impressive Victorian Gothic architecture of St. Pancras Railway Station, stood empty for several years before being demolished and a bland Council office building was built on the site.


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Last featured 2002-12-27. Last edited 12/10/2005.

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