Theatre Royal, Birmingham.
Published by W. Emans, Sep.r 12.th 1829, Bromsgrove St. Birmingham.
Engraving. Plate 146 x 228mm (5¾ x 9"). Repaired tear bottom right off image.
The 1820 rebuilt, Theatre Royal, New Street, Birmingham, with the 1780 Samuel Wyatt facade still in place. This third theatre on the same site was designed by the architect Samuel Beazley, who designed and replaced everything behind the facade, which had remarkably survived the second fire as well as the first. From 'A New and Compendious History of the County of Warwick, from the earliest period to the present time comprising views of the principal towns, buildings, modern improvements, seats of the nobility and gentry, ecclesiastical edifices, &c.' by William Smith, published, Birmingham 1830.
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