|Comment||Guiseley Theatre, formerly Guiseley Town Hall, situated on the Green opposite the Leisure Centre. Donated by Lynne Moxon.|
FBA075 – Theatre, 1997.
Theatre – 1997
The entrance with date stone for AD1867, a sheaf of corn is held aloft.
What does this represent?
A notice on the right advertises a production of “Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat”
K473 – Theatre, 2006.
Theatre – 2006
Guiseley Theatre looking across from the Leisure Centre car park.
D383 – Theatre, 2012.
Theatre – 2012
Formerly Guiseley Town Hall, this is the crest of Sir Matthew William Thompson which is located above the main entrance.
Image donated by J. Wood.
J266 – Theatre, 2015.
Theatre – 2015
Above the main entrance to the theatre, this is the coat of arms of Sir Matthew William Thompson.
He generously paid for the building of what was then the Town Hall. The sheaf of corn or barley represents the family brewing business.
Photographer Edwy Harling.
X299 – Theatre, 2016.
Theatre – 2016
Guiseley Theatre, the former town hall located on the Green.
Photographer Carlo Harrison.
Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 23 February 2022.
Last updated: 23 February 2022.