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Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar

RIBA150691
Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar counter

RIBA150696
Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar counter

RIBA150697
Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar

RIBA150698
Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar

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Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar

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Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Oxford Playhouse, Oxford: the bar

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Michael Reardon Associates
NOTES: The original theatre was designed by Edward Maufe in 1938 and sits within the late Georgian terrace of Beaumont Street. It was extensively refurbished in 1996 by Michael Reardon Associates, who added some rehearsal space at the rear.

Church of St Paul's, Walsall: the restaurant

RIBA150864
Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)
NOTES: The church of St Paul's was designed by John Loughborough Pearson in a Gothic Revival style, built 1891-1894. In 1996 the architect Michael Reardon was appointed to re-order the central crossing of the church, to provide sufficient worship space, and include secular accommodation comprising; restaurant, day nursery, offices and a mini 'shopping mall' of six retail units.

Church of St Paul's, Walsall: the central crossing with the shops and restaurant

RIBA150865
Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)
NOTES: The church of St Paul's was designed by John Loughborough Pearson in a Gothic Revival style, built 1891-1894. In 1996 the architect Michael Reardon was appointed to re-order the central crossing of the church, to provide sufficient worship space, and include secular accommodation comprising; restaurant, day nursery, offices and a mini 'shopping mall' of six retail units.

Church of St Paul's, Walsall: the central crossing with the restaurant and shops

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Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)
NOTES: The church of St Paul's was designed by John Loughborough Pearson in a Gothic Revival style, built 1891-1894. In 1996 the architect Michael Reardon was appointed to re-order the central crossing of the church, to provide sufficient worship space, and include secular accommodation comprising; restaurant, day nursery, offices and a mini 'shopping mall' of six retail units.
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