[ ARCHITECTURE ] [1. PUBLIC BUILDINGS ] [ A. GLADSTONE HALL/THEATRE ]
 


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Gladstone Hall - William Owen, 1891

Described by Lever as,'simple and unpretentious,admirably adapted for the pupose for which it was designed...',Gladstone Hall has served as a men's dining room, an auditorium and latterly as a fully functional theatre. Utilitarian in structure, it combines cladding of tile-hanging with half-timbering above the window areas.Additional facilities including a cinema projection room were added by Lomax-Simpson.


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