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It had a seating capacity of 1, rising in a horseshoe, over a pit and three galleries.
The theatre closed on 7 Novemberwhen the interior was completely reconstructed to designs by Robert Atkins.
During and after World War I, audiences sought light entertainment, and musical revues held the Vaudeville stage, including Cheepthe long-running Just Fancy and Ratsanother popular revue.
The record-setting musical Salad Days, composed by Julian Slade with lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds and Slade, premiered at the Bristol Old Vic in but soon transferred to the Vaudeville, enjoying the longest run of any theatrical work up to that point in history.
InThomas Thorne became the sole lessee, and in he demolished the houses to create a foyer block in the Adamesque style, behind a Portland Stone facade on the Strand.
Soon after that argument, the deranged Prince stabbed William Terriss to death at the stage door of the Adelphi Theatre in Maiden Lane.
It opened in and was rebuilt twice, although each new building retained elements of the previous structure.