LOC851: Beautifully dilapidated music hall (Tower Hamlets, London)

The oldest surviving grand music hall, built in 1850's, now after recent refurbishment but still retaining many of its ornate original features including balconies, vaulted ceiling, stage, pillars and sloping floor. Theatre can accommodate 300 seated people. Also 6 rooms of different sizes, with brick walls, fire places and wooden floors. 2 bars.

Electricity: 3-Phase Mains
Parking: on pedestrianised street, public carpark nearby
Local council: Tower Hamlets