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The Regent Theatre under restoration. The Regent Theatre opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

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Coolstore
Date
March 25, 1997
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2018P_2018-54_025403
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Colour print
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Coolstore

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Regent Theatre interior, Broadway
Regent Theatre, Broadway
Regent Theatre under Construction
Bernie O’Donnell Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed Three, Tremaine Avenue – Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed One, Shelley Street – Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Revolving Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Bernie O’Donnell Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed Two, Burke Street – Little Shop of Horrors

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arts,
building,
heritage building,
regent theatre,
theatre,
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Regent Theatre interior, Broadway
Regent Theatre, Broadway
Regent Theatre under Construction
Bernie O’Donnell Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed Three, Tremaine Avenue – Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed One, Shelley Street – Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Revolving Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Bernie O’Donnell Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Stage Crew Building Sets for Little Shop of Horrors
Construction Shed Two, Burke Street – Little Shop of Horrors