London: London Pavilion

Country: England, United Kingdom
City: London W1
Location: Piccadilly Circus

Built 1885 as a variety hall by James Ebenezer Saunders and R. J. Worley at the site of the previous "London Pavilion Music Hall" (1859-1885). 1900 and 1918 interior alterations. From 1923, giant electric billboards were set up on the fašade. 1934 demolition and conversion into a cinema by F. M. Chancellor and Cecil Masey. 1986 demolition and conversion into shops and a wax figure museum. Of the theatre building, only the fašade remains.

Links: Wikipedia, Theatres Trust

[London: London Pavilion (Piccadilly Circus)] Front Text: "Piccadilly Circus, London", inscription on building: "The London Pavilion"
Type: Glitter Card; Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Melbourne (Australia) to Wellington (New Zealand), 1906

[London: London Pavilion (Piccadilly Circus)] Front Text: "The London Pavilion, London", inscriptions: "The London Pavilion", "The Pavilion"
Publisher: E. F. A. London Theatre Series; No. 1004
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from London to Paris (France), 1908

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