Redirected to Penny Theatre.
Popular form of entertainment in the poorer areas of Victorian cities.
An 18th-century ghost show developed by the impresario Paul de Philipsthal, also known as Philidor.
Former cotton exchange damaged by two bombs, and now comprises a theatre and shopping centre.
Former cinema in Didsbury, Manchester, used as television studios by ITV contractor ABC from 1956 to 1968.
Small “back street” theatre in Lemon Street, Tyldesley, Greater Manchester, England.
The Alhambra Theatre in Higher Openshaw, Manchester, England, was designed by the architect H. A, Turner. Intended for use as a music hall, it was opened in 1910 as part of the H. D. Moorhouse Theatre Circuit.