Some pictorial memories of the soon to disappear Union Theatre in Southwark, one of the jewels for two decades of the London Fringe. It is not, of course, the only Fringe theatre but this particular railway arch did have something rather special about it and the catalogue of musicals over the years, as well as straight plays, is impressive.
This tribute by Drama section chair Mark Shenton to the theatre appeared in The Stage and was inscribed on the wall of the foyer.
The ticket desk.
A customer in the cafe and the notice that the theatre is moving - Over the Road.
The cafe at the entrance
And last, but by no means least, the gents, famed for being the worst on the fringe. Some things will not be missed.
As for what comes next - the first show in the new theatre opens on 13 July and will be a revival of The Fix, book and lyrics by John Dempsey, Music by Dana P. Rowe directed by Michael Strassen.
Enquiries about the Critics' Circle should be made to the Hon Gen Sec Rick Jones by email email@example.com or telephone 020 8698 2460.