Ryde: Theatre Royal

Country: England, United Kingdom
Historic County: Hampshire / Isle of Wight
City: Ryde
Location: Saint Thomas Square

Opened 26 Dec 1871. Ca. 1000 seats. Since 1910, also used as a cinema. Destroyed by fire on 19 May 1961. Remaining facade demolished 1981 in favour of a bank building.

Links: www.arthurlloyd.co.uk, CinemaTreasures, Wikidata

Ryde: Theatre Royal Picture: left: Theatre Royal
Front Text: "Ryde & Theatre Royal", signed: "H.B.Wimbush"
Reverse Text: "The Theatre Royal is one of the most historic houses in the South of England. Here Mrs. Jordan played for the last time in England and here Miss Ellen Terry made her debut as Puck in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' The church in the background is St. Thomas', built in 1719 and restored in 1827. It has a prominent spire and tower and contains a handsome marble tablet to the memory of its founder, Thomas Player."
Publisher: Raphael Tuck's & Sons; Oilette; "Isle of Wight - Ryde"
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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