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The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Cheltenham (District Authority)
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SO 94944 22336



SO9422SE REGENT STREET 630-1/13/778 (South East side) 02/08/72 Everyman Theatre (Formerly Listed as: REGENT STREET (South side) Everyman Theatre) (Formerly Listed as: REGENT STREET (South side) Nos.10 AND 11)


Theatre. 1891; with restorations and rebuilding to centre and right c1980s. Architect, Frank Matcham. Red brick in Flemish bond where original with ashlar dressings and terracotta and concealed roof. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys, 5 bays. Facade articulated by pilaster strips to ends and between bays through ground and first floors, with moulded lintel band and cornice over first floor windows (missing to right), depressed over windows to 2nd and 4th bays, with ogeed arches above voussoirs; moulded panels with masks; further moulded string with plaque to centre inscribed 'EVERYMAN'; moulded cornice as second-floor sill band; pediments to second and fourth bays with ornate scrolls to tympana. Ground floor has wide opening to left, otherwise C20 glazed doors and mainly large windows. C20 casement windows with tooled sills, those to second and fourth bays on feet, except those to centre are surmounted by oculi. Attic: outer casements and central tripartite window with 1/2 columns between. Crowning ornate frieze and cornice, pediment set back to centre has scroll decoration. INTERIOR: a sumptuous and intact scheme with 2 galleries and a further gallery set behind the upper one. Boxes at circle level, shallow domed ceiling. Very elaborate rococo decoration to fronts of galleries, and wood and plaster decoration to boxes. Of principal interest for the interior, a good example of the provincial work of one of Britain's two major theatre architects. Former No.10 listed on 1.4.82.

Listing NGR: SO9495722358


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 05 Aug 2001
Reference: IOE01/04110/10
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Bernard Stradling. Source Historic England Archive
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