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  1. GRONK

    Report - Royal Court Theatre, Wigan - May 2018

    May 2018 The Visit While taking a trip down memory lane and browsing through my old photographs, I stumbled upon the ones I took at the Royal Court Theatre in Wigan. Surprisingly, I realised that I had never shared these photos before. I visited this Theatre with @coolboyslim on a delightful...
  2. Wastelandr

    Report - State Cinema, Grays - August 2023

    So rewind over a month ago and there I am just finishing up editing the photos, ready to do a post when boom, my pc decides to spontaneously shut down instantly and fails to turn on. Brilliant! Well, 6 weeks and nearly £600 later, here I am editing the last 3 I had left! Thankfully the pc is...
  3. GRONK

    Report - Theatre Royal, Halifax - April 2023

    April 2023 I visited this one with @stranton after seeing the excellent report from @Esoteric Eric last month. We spent about an hour wandering around this vast building which never seemed to end and it quickly became apparent that it was in a very poor state with every surface and floor...
  4. reisskerr

    Report - ABC Cinema Liverpool - February 2022

    ABC Theatre/Cinema Liverpool After gaining access climbing several rooftops we were in. An explore I’ve wanted to do since my urbex days started, before that even. One of the best preserved places I’ve been to. We first got the circle from behind the stage and were surprised of a light being...
  5. GRONK

    Report - The Queens Arcade, Rhyl - August 2021

    August 2021 The Visit Okay, so before I go any further with the report, let my say that I wasn't planning on posting this one up, as far as I am concerned I left it way too late. However I have seen I the question pop up in L&R a few times as to whether someone had managed to tick this one off...
  6. Mr Sam

    Report - The Ritz - Ilkeston - July '20

    10 minute walk from the front door and it took me a year to even realise this was closed and derp because the amount of times i venture into town in the evening i can honestly remember picking someone up from here with 2 inch of snow on the ground, next time I'm there in the dark I'm climbing...
  7. RJMmcr

    Report - Victoria theatre,Salford- January 2019

    The Victoria Theatre, designed by Bertie Crewe, was built by The Broughton Theatres Syndicate Ltd. The building's foundation stone was laid on 4 October 1899. in November 1901, less than a year after opening, the theatre began showing films and in 1913 it was granted a cinema licence. The...
  8. Wappy

    Report - Grand Theatre Doncaster October 2019

    The History Its been done more times than the ex so i wont bore you with the full history. Built on the site of a former Circus Hall, the Grand Theatre in Doncaster opened on 27th March 1899. The theatre stood in a prominent position facing Doncaster railway station and featured columns and...
  9. Sammorris_42

    Report - Arts Guild Theatre, Greenock - June 2018

    Hi, i'm a long time lurker but i've finally decided to make my first report, I hope I do everything correct :) History This site was originally built as a swimming pool in 1881, until it closed in 1941 and was then bought over by the Greenock Arts Guild Ltd in 1946. In 1949 The Arts Guild...
  10. GRONK

    Report - Theatr Ardudwy, Harlech - July 2018

    July 2018 The ’Theatr Ardudwy’ is a large Brutalist theatre building that was designed by Colony Foulkes & Partners and opened in 1973, the building is located within the grounds of Coleg Harlech, an Adult Education Centre which closed its doors in February 2017 following years of financial...
  11. Baconator

    Report - Fairfield Halls, Croydon - April 2018

    History: Fairfield Halls is an arts, entertainment and conference centre located in Croydon. The venue has a concert hall seating up to 1801 people, a Theatre called the Ashcroft Theatre that seats up to 755 people, and the Arnhem Gallery used for standing concerts of up to 400 which had been...
  12. Unsympathetica

    Report - Tianwaitian Theatre, Taichung, Taiwan - August 2017

    Tianwaitian was completed in 1919 during the Japanese colonial period, as a private theatre for Wu Luanqi - a prominent (and extremely wealthy) member of the local gentry. He was able to enjoy it for just 3 years until his death in 1922, after which, ownership passed to his son Wu Ziyu who opted...