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Forgotten Theatre

The St. James Theatre and Cinema in New Zealand was opened in 1928 as “Auckland’s Greatest Theatre” and has been closed since 2007 after a fire broke out in the entertainment complex.

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Re: Forgotten Theatre

It's a shame such a beautiful building is currently off-line. I love going to performances at historic venues. Their architecture and decor are often very distinctive and nostalgia-provoking for increasingly-old bastards like me.

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Re: Forgotten Theatre

I agree. But they're even better when entry means trespassing, and one can take in the beauty of decay & civilization-in-reverse. In solitude, and on one's own terms.

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I hope they restore this glorious building. It is breathtaking!

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What a beautiful theater.. Sad nobody's fixed it.

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Beautiful building

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