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Previous Names: Theatre Brighton, Wood's Theatre, Bijou Opera House
The Theatre Brighton was a conversion of a former saloon and opened in 1873. It was later renamed St. James Theatre. It was rebuilt in 1883 to the plans of architect John McElfatrick and opened in December 1883 as the Bijou Opera House. Originally built as a playhouse, the Bijou Theatre had alterations made in 1908 to the plans of architect Thomas Lamb. Further alterations were to the plans of architect W.G. Masarene in June 1910 when it converted into a movie theatre. The Bijou Theatre was closed in 1914 to a construction company and the building was demolished shortly afterwards.
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