Grand Theatre, Doncaster (Revisit)

History
“The Grand Theatre, Doncaster was built by local builders, Arnold & Sons, to the designs of the architect J. P. Briggs and Chapman and opened on Monday the 27th of March 1899 with a production of “La Poupee,” which was a transfer from the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. Converted into a bingo hall in the late 1960’s. The theatre has been Grade II listed since 1994.”

Source: http://www.arthurlloyd.co.uk/DoncasterTheatresSouthYorkshire.htm

Explored: June 2020

Originally visited this theatre October 2018, we decided to revisit this space in the hopes to experience and capture some natural light leaning photographs, you can see my original post:

https://funkybusinessdaily.com/2018/10/14/grand-theatre-doncaster/

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