Plate 66

Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1970.

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In this section

a. Adelphi Theatre, Royal entrance in Maiden Lane (p. 249)

Figure 66a:

Adelphi Theatre, royal entrance in Maiden Lane.

b. Vaudeville Theatre, front to Maiden Lane, 1925–6, in 1968.

Figure 66b:

Vaudeville Theatre, Maiden Lane front.

Robert Arkinson, architect (p. 245)

c. Vaudeville Theatre, 1870, interior, C.J. Phipps, architect (p. 243).

Figure 66c:

Vaudeville Theatre, interior.

Demolished