The Music Hall and Theatre History Site
Dedicated to Arthur Lloyd, 1839 - 1904.


London Hippodrome

Views from the Upper Gallery in 2003

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From the back of the Upper Gallery, now dark and unused, you can get a good idea of the dimensions of the original auditorium, although there is much ironwork obliterating the view which forms the structure of the false ceiling over the Night Club dance floor.

Above - Looking towards the Proscenium from the back of the Upper Gallery The ironwork in the foreground is the structure holding up the false ceiling at Mezzanine level over the present Night Club.

Above - Looking towards the proscenium stage left, from the stage right back of the Upper Gallery. Notice that the auditorium ceiling is now just a roof having lost all of its plasterwork.

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