It's a beautiful old cinema converted to a concert and performance hall. The seats are the old velvet-covered flip-down kind that are not as comfortable as a modern multiplex seat, but they are authentic (can't be sure if they are original, but they certainly fit the decor and overall ambience.) Huge, marble-floored foyer with wide staircases to the loge and balcony. Acoustics aren't the very best but the place is so pretty and historic it seems like the audience should be there in long gowns and coat and tails.
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