Crucible Theatre Sheffield, South Yorkshire Snooker Venue, Building, Property
Crucible Sheffield : Snooker Venue Yorkshire
Key South Yorkshire Sporting Architecture Development in north England, UK
17 Apr 2010
Crucible Theatre Building, Sheffield
Famous English snooker venue
Date built: 1971
Design: RHWL Architects
Yorkshire Snooker Venue
Building photos © Adrian Welch, Apr 2010:
Address: 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 1DA, UK
Phone: +44 114 249 6000
Aerial view – image of the building from east:
photo © webbaviation
World Snooker Championships venue
Status: Grade II listed 2007
The Crucible Theatre was built by M J Gleeson and opened in 1971, replacing the Playhouse Repertory theatre in Townhead Street.
The architects Renton Howard Wood Levin Architects were engaged and the building itself began to take shape in 1969. It was completed in two years, on time for the opening performance in November 1971.
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Location: Crucible Theatre, 55 Norfolk St, Sheffield, S1 1DA, South Yorkshire, England, UK
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