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Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

The Bradford Alhambra is a theatre in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, named after the Alhambra palace in Granada, which was the place of residence of the Emir during the Muslim rule of Spain. It was built in 1913 at a cost of £20,000 for theatre impresario Francis Laidler, and opened in 1914. In 1964, Bradford City Council bought the Alhambra for £78,900 and in 1974, it was designated a Grade II listed building. It underwent extensively refurbishment in 1986. Today the main house seats 1,456

Bridge Tea Rooms, Bradford-Upon-Avon, England.... really want to visit this place for tea

Streetscape showing the Empire Theatre, Daly's Theatre and the Hippodrome, London, 1912

Sanders Theatre at Memorial Hall, Harvard University

Her Majesty’s Theatre is a major and historic West End Theatre, located in Haymarket. Since 1986 Her Majesty’s Theatre has attracted masses of London tourists to its production of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of The Opera, the longest running show currently playing in the West End. Her Majesty's Theatre is a key part of Theatreland, one of the most dominant London attractions.