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Share your memories of Redcar Palace Theatre
How The Hub will look on Redcar seafront
How The Hub will look on Redcar seafront

Redcar and Cleveland Council are asking people to come forward to help capture the memories of the former Palace Theatre on Redcar seafront.

The theatre is to be transformed into a £8.3m creative 'Hub' providing quality space for the creative industry.

But before the changes are made, the council want to preserve the memories of the old theatre.

Councillor Mark Hannon said: "Whatever your memory, whether it's playing bingo or dancing, we want to capture them!"

Celebrating the past

You can share your memories by picking up a memory form from The Tourist Information Office, 24 High Street, Redcar, or getting in touch via Facebook.

Councillor Mark Hannon said: "The building will be transformed to provide an exciting new base for creative industries and help create employment opportunities and attract more visitors.

"I can't wait to celebrate the next stage of the life of the building when it opens as a creative 'Hub' next year."

The Redcar seafront improvement, new sea wall, 'The Hub' and vertical pier are a joint initiative by Redcar & Cleveland Council and the Environment Agency, with support from One North East, European Regional development Fund and Your Enterprise team.




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