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Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man

Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man

Architect: Frank Matcham

First Opened: 16th July 1900 (123 years ago)

Former Names: Gaiety Theatre and Opera House

Website: www.villagaiety.com Open website in new window

Telephone: 01624 694500 Call 01624 694500

Address: Villa Marina Arcade, Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2HH Show address in Google Maps (new window)

The Gaiety Theatre was constructed on the site of a largely unsuccessful entertainment pavilion, and incorporates parts of the pavilion structure (most notably the roof) into the current building. Renowned UK theatre architect Frank Matcham was engaged to build the new theatre, and the Gaiety is now considered one of his finest surviving theatres.

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