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A theatre Books & Crannies is located in the old Iris Theatre. The front of the building has been posted many times on this site. The theatre was built in in the mid 1920s and closed in 2001. I went to one movie there, Titanic. There are train tracks behind the theatre and when the train went past it would walk all over the sound. It still was neat to go to the movies in a real theatre and not a 30 plex. Even though most of the space is now the book store, they have an area in the back…

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Katy Dickerson
Uunisaari Summer Theatre: Little Top - temporary summer theatre construction Amphitheatre Architecture, Rosario, Theatre, Theatre Architecture, Summer, Amphitheater Architecture, Environmental Architecture, Sequoyah, Architecture Drawing Presentation

Article first published in the Architectural Review, March, 2001 Built as part of Helsinki's programme for last year's Europe's Cultural Capital, this little temporary theatre sits lightly on the ground and has a robust, functional elegance that comes from economic but inventive use of materials. 1. 2. Following the success of their extraordinary rural installation in Savonlina (AR December 1999), the young Finnish practice of Marco Casagrande and Sami Rintala has continued to explore an…

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Taisia Nat
Arcola Theatre is a studio theatre in Dalston, in the London Borough of Hackney. The theatre's ambition is to create and present high-quality theatre with a social and political relevance to its multicultural local community as well as a wider audience.  The theatre features two studios seating up to 240 persons and two rehearsal rooms. There is a café and bar in the foyer. The theatre also runs a number of community arts activities including youth drama and a writers' programme.

Arcola Theatre is a studio theatre in Dalston, in the London Borough of Hackney. The theatre's ambition is to create and present high-quality theatre with a social and political relevance to its multicultural local community as well as a wider audience. The theatre features two studios seating up to 240 persons and two rehearsal rooms. There is a café and bar in the foyer. The theatre also runs a number of community arts activities including youth drama and a writers' programme.

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Rosie Joy