CONDITION: USED, VERY GOOD. PAPERBACK.
Now for the first time, the compelling story, fully illustrated, of the famous Alhambra Theatre, which started with the trans-Atlantic expansion of entertainment linking London, Glasgow, Paris, Berlin, San Francisco and New York.The most advanced theatre in Britain, the Alhambra opened in 1910 and stayed ahead of other theatres.
Famous for glamour and humour, variety, ballet, pantomime, musicals, opera, drama and dance the Alhambra expressed the prowess of Glasgow and its environs. Expanding in London, Glasgow and Paris its managing director Sir Alfred Butt gave "the best of European and American Vaudeville attractions" in the "Resort of the Elite."
Condition of the book is used and very good, with limited signs of wear, other than slight lifting at the corners.