|Bremen: Tivoli-Theater / Aladin Music Hall|
Country: Germany (Deutschland)
Location: Hemelingen, An der Weide
Built ca. 1890 as "Tivoli-Theater" by C. W. Brennecke for Hinrich Luers. Also known as ""Luers' Tivoli". Used as a ballroom, variety theatre, and restaurant. Total capacity: 2700 persons. In the 1920s extension by a cinema (900 seats). Closed 1975. 1977 re-opening of the former cinema as "Aladin Music Hall". Subsequently used for rock and jazz concerts, and as a discotheqe. 1991 re-opening of the former ballroom as "Luer's Tivoli".
Front Text: "Tivoli-Theater", "Gruss aus - Bremen", small picture below: "Garten" [garden]|
Type: Undivided Back
Sent: [stamp and postmark removed, address illegible]
Front Text: "Bremen, Tivoli-Theater, An der Weide (Fasst 2700 Personsn - Architekt C. W. Brennecke.)", on signs: "Tivoli-Theater", "Zum Hackerbräu", "Zum Hackerbräu Ausschank von Münchner Hackerbräu und St. Pauli Bier", "Sawada"|
Size: Divided Back
Sent: from Bremen to Leer, 1909
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