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The Theatre Royal, Exeter was the name of several theatres situated in the city centre of Exeter, Devon, England in the United Kingdom.

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A history of the Theatre Royal fire in Exeter during 1887. ... Exeter has had a poor history of theatre safety, with three theatres destroyed by fire. In 1787, the New ...

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The style was often lurid to sell newspapers and the two sets of illustrations from the 1887 Theatre Royal fire tragedy follow the pattern. The Illustrated London ...

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Jun 9, 2003 ... Theatre Royal, Exeter on the evening of 05 September 1887. The Theatre Royal in Exeter is destroyed by fire.

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Barnfield Theatre - Bike Shed Theatre - Northcott Theatre - Exeter Theatre - New Theatre - First Theatre Royal - Second Theatre Royal - Third Theatre Royal ...

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Ontroerend Goed in co-production with Arts Centre Vooruit Ghent, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Richard Jordan Productions ...

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Jun 29, 2013 ... Theatre Royal, Exeter. Perhaps the most tragic theatre fire in Britain's history occurred in 1887 when Exeter's Theatre Royal burnt down during ...

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The Comedy of Errors – Exeter. Thu 20 - Sun ... Visit. Find out more about your visit to Exeter Northcott Theatre ... Exeter Northcott Theatre is a registered charity.

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The worst recorded theatre fire in English history was the terrible congflagration that destroyed the Theatre Royal, Exeter, on the night of Monday 5th September,  ...

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Theatre Royal Exeter. ➢ The Council by-laws did not allow efficient control over this 8500 sq ft public building. The owner of the theatre had insisted on building ...