UK – London – Roundhouse

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Dates: 1846 – present (although it was built as a train terminus by George Stephenson, father of British locomotives and railway, with a central turntable to rotate trains ready for service again). It was repurposed as a performing arts space in 1966 by Arnold Wesker, launched with a party featuring Pink Floyd. 

Links to information about equipment at Roundhouse London over the years

  • MMS (Strand)
  • Documents

    LSI: Making History at the Roundhouse (June 2008)
    [External Website]
    From Lighting & Sound International

    Mentions of Roundhouse London in indexed journals




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    Selected Past Productions

    • Canterbury Tales (from Chaucer by Phil Woods / M Bogdanov) 17 December 1980 – 24 January 1981