London: Euston Palace of Varieties

Country: England, United Kingdom
City: London
Borough: London Borough of Camden
Location: 37-43 Euston Road / Tonbridge Street

Built by Bertie Crewe and Wylson & Long. Opened 26 Dec 1900 as "Euston Palace of Varieties". 1310 seats. Later reenamed "Euston Theatre" and "Euston Music Hall". In the 1920s renamed "Regent Theatre". From 1935 used as a cinema. 1954 renamed "Century Cinema", 1967 renamed "Granada Kings Cross". Closed 4 April 1968. Subsequently demolished in favour of a town hall extension.

Links:, CinemaTreasures, Wikidata

London: Euston Palace of Varieties Front Text: "Greetings from Kings Cross", "G. N. R. & Piccadilly Tube Station", "Euston Music Hall", "St. Pancras Town Hall", "St. Pancras New Church", "Old Church, St. Pancras", inscription: "The Euston"
Publisher: Chaucer Series; No. 116
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: to Withersfield [postmark illegible]
London: Euston Palace of Varieties

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