Hulme Hippodrome Feb 2019 - Derelict Manchester:

Derelict Manchester:

A view of the hidden parts around the inner sections around the city centre of Manchester, UK and beyond . How you perceive these derelict sites could be morbid, yet exciting.

Hulme Hippodrome Feb 2019

The Hulme Hippodrome, originally known as the Grand Junction Theatre and Floral Hall, opened in Preston Street, Hulme, Manchester, on 7 October 1901 and designed by the architect  J.J. Alley.
The Hippodrome was last used as a theatre in the 1960s; from the mid-1970s until its closure in 1988 it was used as a bingo hall. Since then most of the building has remained empty, and it has been placed on Manchester City Council's Buildings at Risk Register A list of uber famous acts have performed on the stage,from Laurel and Hardy to Nina Simone, and it was here the first radio recording of The Beatles was made.

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Hulme Hippodrome front entrance

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