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Dedicated to Arthur Lloyd, 1839 - 1904.

 

Manchester Theatres and Halls

See also in this area - Oldham Theatres - Stockport Theatres - Salford Theatres - Theatre Royal, Hyde - Leigh Theatres - Wigan Theatres - Glossop Theatres - Southport Theatres - Bolton Theatres - Rochdale Theatres

See also - Manchester Theatres, a History Lesson

Alcazar / Bridgewater
Alexandra Theatre
Alhambra Theatre
Apollo Theatre - Still In Theatrical Use
Ardwick Empire
Ashton Empire Hippodrome - Still In Theatrical Use
Capitol / Horniman
City Theatre
Chorlton Pavilion
Comedy Theatre
Contact Theatre - Still In Theatrical Use
Cooke's Circus
Crown Theatre, Eccles
Empire Theatre
Folly Theatre
Gaiety Theatre
Gaumont Theatre
Grand Circus / Grand Theatre
Harte's Grand Theatre and Fairyland
Hippodrome
Hulme Hippodrome
Hulme Playhouse
King's Theatre
Library - Still In Theatrical Use
London Music Hall
Lyceum Theatre, Eccles
Marsden Street Theatre
Metropole Theatre
Midland Hotel Theatre
New Oxford Theatre - In Restaurant use
Odeon (Paramount) - Demolished
Opera House - Still In Theatrical Use
Palace Theatre - Still In Theatrical Use
Prince's Theatre
Queen's Theatre, Bridge Street
Queen's Theatre, Spring Gardens
Queen's Park Hippodrome
Royal Exchange - Still In Theatrical Use
Royal Olympic Theatre
Royal Osborne Theatre
Rushholme Theatre
St. James's Hall and Theatre
Tameside Hippodrome - Currently Closed
Theatre Royal, Peter Street
Theatre Royal, Mount Street
Theatre Royal, Spring Gardens
Theatre Royal, Fountain Street
Tivoli Theatre
West End Theatre / Odeon Cinema, Whalley Range - Demolished

See also - Manchester Theatres, a History Lesson

Arthur Lloyd is known to have performed in Manchester 1861 1867 1871 1879 1886 1890 1903

See also in this area - Oldham Theatres, and also Theatres in Stockport (Situated 7 miles south east of Manchester.)

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