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OVAL HOUSE THEATRE, OVAL, KENNINGTON

The Oval House Theatre, 52-54 Kennington Oval, was first founded c.1930 as the Christ Church (Oxford) Club. Over the years it developed a reputation as an important centre for pioneering fringe theatre from the 1960s onwards, notably for gay and lesbian plays in the 1970s-80s, and Black and Asian theatre in the 1990s. Prominent 'old boys' include Pierce Brosnan and Tim Roth.Digital photograph dated 15th July 2008.Ref: D86/61

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Image type:Photograph
Artist:Norman
Ref:08610
Original ref:D86/61
Date:2008

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