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London Hippodrome

Stage Stalls and Mezzanine Level Incorporating The Hippodrome Night Club in 2003 - 2003

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The London Hippodrome Night Club replaced the Talk Of The Town which was responsible for the reconstruction of the original auditorium. The Club occupies the stage and stalls level, Royal Box and stalls boxes and the Mezzanine level. These views show it how it is, you would never know on entering the club that a hundred year old Theatre resides above you.

Above - From the stage looking over the current dance floor towards the Mezzanine level. It's unknown how much of the original plasterwork is hidden under all the modern facings.

Above - From the stage looking towards the Mezzanine Level, currently used as a bar with seating for dinners

Above - From the stage looking towards the Mezzanine level and showing false ceiling, above which stands the original, if dilapidated, Theatre

Above - From the Mezzanine Stage Right, looking over the dance floor towards the stage which is now roofed in and used as a bar. To the right of the picture is what were the stalls boxes and Mezzanine Level.

Above - From the Mezzanine Stage Right, looking over the dance floor towards the stage which is now roofed in and used as a bar. To the left of the picture is what was the Royal box at Mezzanine Level and below it the stalls boxes.

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