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A Plea from Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, Glasgow Please Help Rescue Our Historic Stage! What music hall or theatre would be complete without a stage; a simple platform it may seem, but upon it stands hopes and dreams, tragedy and comedy, love and passion - all of life glimpsed on simple wooden boards. Glasgow Britannia Panoptican Music Hall has seen it all and more! But where is our stage now ? Where once upon a long time ago the greats of the music hall delighted and appalled 1,500 hard-working folk every show. Where Stan Laurel made his fumbling début and Sir Harry Lauder dodged a barrage of well-aimed rivets. Where Cary Grant (as Archie Leach) showed off his acrobatic skills and in times of crisis, Glasgow’s men were recruited.

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