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WELCOME to your 'New Look' OLD THEATRES magazine. We have pulled out all the stops to ensure that Britain's unique magazine of theatre nostalgia is the very best. It's history in the making! Do please contact us if you would like to receive a copy, either 'on line' on this web site with our Paypal service, or by sending a cheque to us after outlining your requirements. For more information, please E Mail us at: email@example.com We will delighted to hear from you, particularly if you have any memories for us.
It is with great sadness that OLD THEATRES magazine reports on the passing of its
first Patron, Sir Ken Dodd OBE The legendary comedian received a Knighthood last
year at the age of 89.
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Visiting the theatre at Blackpool's North Pier which was recently featured in OLD THEATRES magazine.
We go behind the scenes at Doncaster's Grand theatre which used to have its own circus.
So what is the future for this beautiful northern theatre ?
Interested ? We also have quite a few copies of our Spring Edition (No. 30) which
is bound to be a collector's item. Can you help us save our theatres from demolition
? Just phone Dawn on our HOT LINE 07703 133337. Thank you so much for your interest
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.