The Oxford, New Bridge Street West, Newcastle


Oxford Galleries dance hall ("The oxford") on the corner of New Bridge Street West and Oxford Street in Newcastle, was built in 1923 by City Amusements. It is now a night club, also incorporating the adjoining John Dobson's House, built in 1825. The night club has had a series of names (Tiffany's, Ikon, Liquid and Envy).

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The entrance to Liquid

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Scary lion on the entrance to Liquid

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New Bridge Street and Blue Carpet Square

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Tyne and Wear HER(15563): Newcastle, New Bridge Street, Oxford Galleries Dance Hall
- "London architects Adamson and Kinns drew up plans in 1921 for a cinema on New Bridge Street. City Amusements was formed in April of that year and the proposed capital ...

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Dobson's House, 49 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle
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Dobson's House, 49 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle
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Liquid

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Oxford Street, Newcastle

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