121 Renfield Street,
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Pavilion Theatre (Official)
Previously operated by: Barrasford Circuit
Architects: Bertie Crewe
Functions: Live Theatre
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Pavilion Palace of Varieties
The 1,800-seat Pavilion Palace of Varieties was built by variety theatres impresario Thomas Barrasford and opened on 29th February 1904. It was designed by theatre architect Bertie Crew in a French Renaissance style, with seating in stalls, dress circle and balcony levels. As in all theatres operated by the Barrasford Circuit, it was equipped with a Barrascope projector to screen films as part of the programme of variety acts.
The Pavilion Theatre continues to operate today as a live theatre. The seating capacity has been reduced to 1,449, with 677 in the stalls, 341 in the circle, 413 in the balcony and 18 box seats.
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