Stone

Brixton Theatre foundation stone

Brixton Theatre foundation stone
Brixton Theatre foundation stone

Erection date: 3/5/1894

Inscription

This stone was laid by Henry Irving, May 3rd 1894.
Proprietor - T. Phipps Dorman
Manager - C. Rider-Noble
Frank Matcham - Architect

Although not actually named, this lonely, vandalised stone is all that remains of the theatre.

Site: Brixton Theatre foundation stone (1 memorial)

SW2, Effra Road, Windrush Square

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Brixton Theatre foundation stone

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Brixton Theatre

Theatre designed by Frank Matcham. It had a capacity of 1,504, and was home t...

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Frank Matcham

Theatre architect. Born Newton Abbot, Devon. Never qualified as an architect ...

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Charles Rider Noble

Theatre manager and film cameraman. Born in Roydon, Essex. Details of his lif...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Brixton Theatre foundation stone

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Sir Henry Irving

Actor-manager. Born in Keinton-Mandeville, Somerset. Brought up in near pover...

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