London: Gaiety Theatre

Country: England, United Kingdom
City: London WC2
Location: Aldwych / The Strand

[First "Gaiety Theatre" on this site built 1864 as "Strand Musick Hall" by Bassett-Keeling. 1896 rebuilding by Charles John Phipps. Demolished 1903.]

New "Gaiety Theatre" built 1903 by Runtz and Ford (with consultant R. Norman Shaw). Demolished 1957.

Links: Wikipedia, Theatres Trust

[London: Gaiety Theatre] Front Text: "London, Gaiety Theatre", sign: "...ety - The Orchid - Theatre" ["The Orchid" ran 1903-1904]
Publisher: Empire Series; No. 886
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within Leatherhead, Cliftonville (Kent), 1905

[London: Gaiety Theatre] Front Text: "Gaiety Theatre, London", sign: "Gaiety - Spring Chicken - Theatre" ["Spring Chicken" ran 1905-1906]
Publisher: E. F. A. London Theatre Series; No. 1004
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[London: Strand Theatre / Aldwych Theatre / Gaiety Theatre] Picture: second building on left side: Strand Theatre (Novello Theatre), third building on left side: Waldorf Hotel, fourth building on left side: Aldwych Theatre, right: Gaiety Theatre
Front Text: "Aldwych and the Waldorf Hotel, London"
Publisher: Selfridge & Co. Ltd., Oxford Street, London
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Derby to Cambridge, 1909

[London: Gaiety Theatre] Front Text: "Gaiety Theatre, Strand, London", signs: "Gaiety Theatre", "Lido Lady", "[?] Dare - [?] Courtneidge - Jack Hulbert - Billy Arlington"
Publisher: W. Straker's Exclusive Series
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[London: Strand Theatre / Gaiety Theatre] Picture: second building on left side: Strand Theatre (Novello Theatre), third building on left side: Waldorf Hotel, right: Gaiety Theatre
Front Text: "The Gaiety Theatre & Aldwych, London", signs: "Gaiety Theatre", "Josť Collins in Our Nell"
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.


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