The Palace Theatre, Manchester 1962
|Image:||500 x 400mm|
|Frame:||660 x 560mm|
The Palace Theatre, Manchester originally known as “the Grand Old Lady of Oxford Street”, opened on 18 May 1891, having been designed by the architect Alfred Darbyshire at a cost of £40,500. It is one of the largest and best equipped theatres outside London.
Original Oil Painting by leading Northern artist Steven Scholes.
Nostalgic and evocative, Steven brings to life a bygone era of Oxford Street and The Palace Theatre, Manchester in 1962.
Framed in a bespoke charcoal frame with white slip.