Punch and Judy Theatre

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The Punch & Judy Theatre was built in 1914, conceived and financed by Charles Hopkins. The theatre showcased productions of The Marriage of Colombine, Where’s Your Wife? and Merchants of Venus. The theatre was demolished, as the World Theatre, in 1987.

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  • Built: 1914
  • Number of Seats: 300
  • Longest Running Show: Penny Wise
  • Performances: 18,538

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