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6 Peas Hill, The Arts Theatre

History of 6 Peas Hill

The architectural history of nos. 4-6 Peas Hill is very complicated and dates back to the 16th cent. For more detail see 1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge vol II p 326.

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1913

J Hooper, hairdresser and perfumer

Mrs Haslop

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4/2/1936: The Cambridge Arts Theatre opened with a gala performance by the Vic-Walls Ballet Company. It is a beautiful piece of work with furnishings in autumn leaf and includes a restaurant and cafe bar. The cinema and sound apparatus is of the very latest type with facilities for the reproduction of gramophone records designed by Messrs Morley and Duke. The fresh air supply can be warmed or cooled while the main heating by water-fed radiators is instantly adjustable to meet the vagarities of the English climate (Cam.News)

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1962 –

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2018

The Arts Theatre

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