Empire Mecca Social Club, Middlesbrough


"Built in 1897 as a music hall The Middlesbrough Empire has played host to a variety of performers including Charlie Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, The Scissor Sisters, The Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian! Since he bought the venue 1991, Barry Faulkner has transformed the derelict building into one of the country's finest venues/nightclubs. The Empire retains all it's former glory with 3 floors dedicated to style and music." (The Middlesbrough Empire). The building is Grade 2* Listed.

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The Empire Middlesbrough Historic Victorian Empire Palace Theatre Tees Valley North East

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The Empire Theatre

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Canopy of the Middlesbrough Empire, Palace of Varieties, Corporation Road, TS1

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Middlesbrough: The Empire

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The Empire Theatre, Middlesbrough

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The Middlesbrough Empire, Palace of Varieties, Corporation Road, TS1

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EMPIRE MECCA SOCIAL CLUB - List Entry
- " Theatre, 1896/99 by Ernest Runtz (London). Mid C20 canopy. Now used as social club. Steel-framed, with terracotta (Doulton & Co.) facings, painted below canopy. Brick at rear. Lakeland slate roof ...

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The Middlesbrough Empire
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Stan Laurel (1890 - 1965)
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Stan Laurel (1890 - 1965)
- Overview About Stan Laurel Stan Laurel of the early film comedian duo Laurel and Hardy was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston, Cumbria in 1890. From 1897 to 1901 Stan ...
Corporation Road, Middlesbrough
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Corporation Road, Middlesbrough
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Fine Victorian architecture

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Public Service Broadcasting At The Middlesbrough Empire

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Public Service Broadcasting At The Middlesbrough Empire

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Public Service Broadcasting At The Middlesbrough Empire

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Public Service Broadcasting At The Middlesbrough Empire

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