|London: Victoria Palace Theatre|
Country: England, United Kingdom
Borough: City of Westminster
Location: Victoria Street (opposite Victoria Station)
[First theatre on the site opened 1848 or earlier as "Royal Standard Tavern", later renamed "Royal Standard Music Hall". 1863 major rebuilding. 1886 major rebuilding. Demolished 1911.]
Built 1911 by Frank Matcham. Originally used as a variety theatre. From 1935, used for pantomime and musical performances (e. g. "Me and My Girl" which ran for 1646 performances from 1937). 1993 extensions and interior alterations by Christopher Stedman. 2000 front additions by Christopher Stedman. 1517 seats.
Links: www.victoriapalacetheatre.co.uk, Theatres Trust, Wikipedia
Front Text: "The Victoria Palace, London"|
Reverse Text: "Drawn by Nick Charlesworth"
Publisher: The Badger Press, Westbury; Vaudeville Postcards
Folded Greeting Card|
Front Text: inscription: "Victoria Palace", sign: advertising the Cole Porter's musical "Kiss Me, Kate"
Reverse Text: "The Victoria Palace Theatre"
Publisher: Marion Steggles Collection
Type: Real Photo
Front Text: inscription: "Victoria Palace", sign: advertising the musical "Hamilton"|
Publisher: PlayhouseArthouse / Etsy
Type: Blank Back
Front Text: "Victoria Palace, London"|
Publisher: Ice Cream at the Interval / Etsy; 2021
|For more images of this theatre, see "The Theatres of London" and London: Various Theatres.|
Permanent link: https://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/1141