Octagon Theatre reopens after £580,000 refurbishment

The Bolton News: The Octagon Theatre The Octagon Theatre

BOLTON’S flagship theatre has unveiled a modern new look as it launches its latest season.

For more than two months, builders, decorators and staff have been hard at work transforming the Octagon Theatre.

The cafe has been given a modern makeover, complete with plush seating, new menu and the bar area has been revamped to create more space.

In the auditorium, the grid — from which lights, speakers and effects are rigged above the stage — has been replaced for the first time since the theatre opened in 1967.

Regular visitor to the cafe Joan Woods, from Egerton, gave the new-look Octagon the thumbs up as it officially reopened on Thursday ahead of the opening night of An Inspector Calls.

The 67-year-old, who was about to enjoy a lunch of feta cheese and orange salad, said: “I think it’s absolutely superb, it’s really modern.

“I always come here. I only hope the food is as good as it’s always been.”

The cafe, now called “eight”, has been kitted out with new furniture, with a red and cream theme, and also has a ramp for easier access.

Sean McEvoy, cafe manager, said: “Our aim is to offer a contemporary and sophisticated coffee shop.

“In terms of food, we’re concentrating on a very local menu using ingredients from within a 15-mile radius.

“It includes home-made cakes and buns, a full range of sandwiches and home-made soups of the day.

“And, for a Lancashire lunch every day, we’ve started off with a traditional corned beef hash.

“In the evening, the food has more of a bistro feel. We’ve got a stone pizza oven.

“It’s a small but regularly changing pre-theatre dining menu.”

Offers include three courses for £15 and two pizzas and a bottle of wine for £25.

Upstairs, the bar has been moved from the middle of the room and is home to a dedicated shop area selling programmes and refreshments.

It has been furnished with comfortable green and grey sofas, has new flooring and carpets and is stocked with an array of drinks, including from new supplier Dunscar Bridge Brewery.

James Whaite, who has worked as a bar assistant for 40 years, along with wife Anne, said: “It’ll be fantastic. The bar before, there was room behind but nobody used it.

“It’s definitely going to be a massive improvement for staff and, more importantly, the public.”

The work was carried out after the theatre launched a refurbishment appeal, following a £388,000 boost from Arts Council England.

The main areas have been revamped but money is still needed for other improvements, such as redecorating one of the staircases and toilets.

To donate go to octagonbolton.co.uk, call 01204 520661, visit the Octagon box office or write to Octagon Theatre Trust Ltd, Octagon Theatre, Howell Croft South, Bolton, BL1 1SB.

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9:50am Sat 7 Sep 13

underwater says...

Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed. underwater
  • Score: 10

11:24am Sat 7 Sep 13

DjMorley says...

underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
[quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!! DjMorley
  • Score: 8

5:49pm Sat 7 Sep 13

Comment777 says...

DjMorley wrote:
underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!!

Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....
[quote][p][bold]DjMorley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!![/p][/quote]Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!! Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen.... Comment777
  • Score: -2

7:28pm Sat 7 Sep 13

I, Ludicrous says...

Comment777 wrote:
DjMorley wrote:
underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!!

Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....
I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DjMorley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!![/p][/quote]Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!! Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....[/p][/quote]I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who? I, Ludicrous
  • Score: 5

8:25pm Sat 7 Sep 13

underwater says...

I, Ludicrous wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
DjMorley wrote:
underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!!

Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....
I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?
Stop being soft, I get the bus on Moor Lane . We have to stand up for ourselves these days, if we let the dross who hang about the town center get to us we would become prisoners in our own homes.
[quote][p][bold]I, Ludicrous[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DjMorley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!![/p][/quote]Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!! Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....[/p][/quote]I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?[/p][/quote]Stop being soft, I get the bus on Moor Lane . We have to stand up for ourselves these days, if we let the dross who hang about the town center get to us we would become prisoners in our own homes. underwater
  • Score: 4

10:41am Sun 8 Sep 13

serendipity2 says...

underwater wrote:
I, Ludicrous wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
DjMorley wrote:
underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!!

Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....
I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?
Stop being soft, I get the bus on Moor Lane . We have to stand up for ourselves these days, if we let the dross who hang about the town center get to us we would become prisoners in our own homes.
Personally I just visit Manchester for nights out.
If I visited a play at the octagon once the play ends , this is the end of the evening.

While in Manchester you could go on to enjoy china town with options etc.

Where as Bolton has Bradshaw Gate and the bars on Bank Street.

For the life of me I can't think of any quality restaurants or bar in Bolton town centre to spend a family evening, all I can see is tatty bars selling cheap bear to chavs and dirty takeaways

Sorry Bolton one quality venue does not give you a town centre to shout about....

One word to describes Bolton's night time economy DEPRIVED !!!!!!!

The reporter of this article should run a poll on the night time economy in Bolton !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I, Ludicrous[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DjMorley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!![/p][/quote]Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!! Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....[/p][/quote]I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?[/p][/quote]Stop being soft, I get the bus on Moor Lane . We have to stand up for ourselves these days, if we let the dross who hang about the town center get to us we would become prisoners in our own homes.[/p][/quote]Personally I just visit Manchester for nights out. If I visited a play at the octagon once the play ends , this is the end of the evening. While in Manchester you could go on to enjoy china town with options etc. Where as Bolton has Bradshaw Gate and the bars on Bank Street. For the life of me I can't think of any quality restaurants or bar in Bolton town centre to spend a family evening, all I can see is tatty bars selling cheap bear to chavs and dirty takeaways Sorry Bolton one quality venue does not give you a town centre to shout about.... One word to describes Bolton's night time economy DEPRIVED !!!!!!! The reporter of this article should run a poll on the night time economy in Bolton !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!! serendipity2
  • Score: 0

12:28pm Sun 8 Sep 13

brian jones says...

I visit the Octagon occasionally, when there's something decent on. But I find the productions a little like third form plays sometimes. They seem to try too hard. The Wizard of Oz production a couple of Christmases back is an example.
I visit the Octagon occasionally, when there's something decent on. But I find the productions a little like third form plays sometimes. They seem to try too hard. The Wizard of Oz production a couple of Christmases back is an example. brian jones
  • Score: -1

2:00pm Sun 8 Sep 13

Beyond News Forum says...

underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
Maybe the 56% just do not like theatre or the state of Bolton TC eh?

Just because you like the theatre, it does not make everyone like live productions.

Put simply Bolton TC has NOTHING to offer in the evening time, as one poster stated, cheap beer and drunken chavs do not make for a great night out in Bolton.

I did try the Octagon on a couple of occasions btw, the productions were cheap and chavy, quite terrible in my view. I won't be going again because I made my mind OWN up and figured I DO NOT LIKE THEATRE. And it seems I am in a majority.
[quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]Maybe the 56% just do not like theatre or the state of Bolton TC eh? Just because you like the theatre, it does not make everyone like live productions. Put simply Bolton TC has NOTHING to offer in the evening time, as one poster stated, cheap beer and drunken chavs do not make for a great night out in Bolton. I did try the Octagon on a couple of occasions btw, the productions were cheap and chavy, quite terrible in my view. I won't be going again because I made my mind OWN up and figured I DO NOT LIKE THEATRE. And it seems I am in a majority. Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 0

2:02pm Sun 8 Sep 13

Beyond News Forum says...

Made my OWN mind up - I won't be writing productions either you'll be happy to know.
Made my OWN mind up - I won't be writing productions either you'll be happy to know. Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 1

2:05pm Sun 8 Sep 13

maxie1 says...

brian jones wrote:
I visit the Octagon occasionally, when there's something decent on. But I find the productions a little like third form plays sometimes. They seem to try too hard. The Wizard of Oz production a couple of Christmases back is an example.
Try the latest production - An Inspector Calls - it's well worth a visit. The Octagon needs local people to support it otherwise Bolton really will be heading for the knackers yard! Once lost the best of Bolton will never be replaced - The Market Hall, the Odeon, etc.
[quote][p][bold]brian jones[/bold] wrote: I visit the Octagon occasionally, when there's something decent on. But I find the productions a little like third form plays sometimes. They seem to try too hard. The Wizard of Oz production a couple of Christmases back is an example.[/p][/quote]Try the latest production - An Inspector Calls - it's well worth a visit. The Octagon needs local people to support it otherwise Bolton really will be heading for the knackers yard! Once lost the best of Bolton will never be replaced - The Market Hall, the Odeon, etc. maxie1
  • Score: 3

4:11pm Sun 8 Sep 13

serendipity2 says...

underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
A one stop pony does not make a night time economy !

Bolton town centre desperately needs a cinema Nandos la Tasca Bem Brasil, this TC offers no family entertainment full stop it’s a disgrace.

Bolton starts and ends at middle brook that’s fine if you live in Horwich or Heaton.
[quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]A one stop pony does not make a night time economy ! Bolton town centre desperately needs a cinema Nandos la Tasca Bem Brasil, this TC offers no family entertainment full stop it’s a disgrace. Bolton starts and ends at middle brook that’s fine if you live in Horwich or Heaton. serendipity2
  • Score: 0

4:27pm Sun 8 Sep 13

Hulton Park says...

The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime.

Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders.

The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision!

If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what?
The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime. Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders. The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision! If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what? Hulton Park
  • Score: 0

11:16pm Sun 8 Sep 13

Comment777 says...

I, Ludicrous wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
DjMorley wrote:
underwater wrote:
Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.
I could not put the word together better myself

Well said!!
Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!!

Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....
I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?
Good luck for the future!!!!
[quote][p][bold]I, Ludicrous[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DjMorley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: Cannot understand why 56% of people in Bolton say they do not intend paying a visit to the Octagon, its a great night out ,as good as any London theatre. The prices are very reasonable and the staff could not be any more helpfull . I for one am looking forward to the new season, There are a lot of things I have to do without due to fianancial restrints but I am not doing without my trips to the Octagon. Give it a try you will not be disapointed.[/p][/quote]I could not put the word together better myself Well said!![/p][/quote]Just a pity the one shining light in a very dark Bolton is situated in such a depressed part, no other entertainment venus since the Odeon was closed and subsequently demolished, no decent restaurant or bar...the car park at the rear of the Octagon is a no go after dark!!!! Go to the theatre just make sure you have someone to pick you up at the door and please stop shopping in the Town centre, if we all make a stand the councillors will listen....[/p][/quote]I completely disagree. I use the car park at the rear of the theatre constantly. No go after dark? To who?[/p][/quote]Good luck for the future!!!! Comment777
  • Score: 2

11:20pm Sun 8 Sep 13

Comment777 says...

Hulton Park wrote:
The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime.

Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders.

The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision!

If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what?
Money...corruption..
.false promises...
[quote][p][bold]Hulton Park[/bold] wrote: The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime. Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders. The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision! If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what?[/p][/quote]Money...corruption.. .false promises... Comment777
  • Score: -2

6:50pm Mon 9 Sep 13

Beyond News Forum says...

Comment777 wrote:
Hulton Park wrote:
The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime.

Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders.

The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision!

If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what?
Money...corruption..

.false promises...
I know, completely unbelievable...
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hulton Park[/bold] wrote: The Octagon has put on some first-rate stuff over the years, though admittedly it did get a little too arty-**** under the last regime. Its current offer is a superb mix with something for everyone with any interest in theatre. In the last couple of years, "Little Voice", "Piaf" and the superb production of "The Glass Menagerie" stand out among several worthy contenders. The Octagon dates from a time when Bolton really believed in itself. Imagine today's shoddy administration showing that kind of vision! If only we had kept the art deco palace that was the Odeon, rather than letting it be demolished .... for what?[/p][/quote]Money...corruption.. .false promises...[/p][/quote]I know, completely unbelievable... Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 0

6:52pm Mon 9 Sep 13

Beyond News Forum says...

In fact the old Odeon - It is a crazy place we live in. That could have been a fine addition to Bolton Market, even a new Market Hall. It is sad that someone had a complete brainfart over that amazing building.
In fact the old Odeon - It is a crazy place we live in. That could have been a fine addition to Bolton Market, even a new Market Hall. It is sad that someone had a complete brainfart over that amazing building. Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 0

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