Darlington Civic Theatre


"Darlington Civic Theatre first opened its doors on Monday 2 September 1907 as the New Hippodrome & Palace of Varieties under the leadership of Managing Director Signor Rino Pepi, an internationally renowned ‘protean’ or quick change artist. Signor Pepi soon established the theatre as a premiere music hall, attracting internationally acclaimed artists such as the famous Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova...." (Darlington Civic Theatre)
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Darlington Civic Theatre

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Darlington Civic Theatre

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Darlington Civic Theatre from the stage.

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THE CIVIC THEATRE DARLINGTON

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Posh seats

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BIRDSONG COMES TO DARLINGTON

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Darlington Civic Theatre

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

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BOOK, FILM AND NOW THE PLAY..

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THREE MEN IN A BOAT

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Civic Theatre

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The Civic Theatre on Victoria Road, Darlington

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