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

Theatres and Halls in Leicester

See also: Ashby de la Zouch Theatres - Loughborough Theatres

See also - David Garratt's Facebook page on Leicester's Old Theatres here

Alhambra Music Hall - Demolished

Alhambra Theatre - Demolished

Athena / Odeon - Reopened 2005

Curve Theatre - Opened 2008

The De Montfort Hall - Open

Empire Theatre - Demolished

The Floral Hall - Demolished

Little Theatre - Open

Gaity Theatre of Varieties - Demolished

Haymarket Theatre - Closed

Henry and Adam's Circus - Demolished

Hippodrome - Demolished

The Living Theatre - Demolished

Palace Theatre - Demolished

Playhouse Theatre - Open

Prince of Wales Theatre - Demolished

Pavilion Theatre - Demolished

Phoenix Theatre / Upper Brown Street - Opened 1963

The Midland Music Hall - Demolished

New Tivoli Theatre of Varieties - Demolished

Royal Opera House - Demolished

Savoy Theatre / ABC / Cannon - Demolished

Steven's New Circus - Demolished

Temperance Hall - Demolished

Theatre Royal - Demolished

Trocadero Cinema & Ballroom - Demolished

The Y Theatre - Open

The Victoria Pleasure Grounds - Demolished

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show visits Leicester in 1891

Arthur Lloyd is known to have performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre Leicester in 1892

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