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'''The China Variety Theatre''' (1937-1963) in Stockholm, Sweden was one of the most popular European places to perform in the middle of the 20th century.
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'''Chinateatern''' (in English: The China Theatre) is a private theatre in Stockholm, Sweden, located at Berzelii Park in Stockholm city.<ref>http://www.chinateatern.se/new/</ref>[[File:Chinateatern.jpg|thumb|right|Chinateatern in Berzelii Park]]
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Inaugurated as a movie theater in October 1928, it started to include stage and variety shows within a few years. By 1937 a yearly variety show was started during the summer months (May through September)  with two showings per evening. By the time it closed in August of 1963 there had been a total of 70 shows which featured a magic act. <ref>http://magiarkivet.se/?page_id=6522</ref><ref>Trollare och andra underhållare by  Christer Nilsson  (1990)</ref>
 
Inaugurated as a movie theater in October 1928, it started to include stage and variety shows within a few years. By 1937 a yearly variety show was started during the summer months (May through September)  with two showings per evening. By the time it closed in August of 1963 there had been a total of 70 shows which featured a magic act. <ref>http://magiarkivet.se/?page_id=6522</ref><ref>Trollare och andra underhållare by  Christer Nilsson  (1990)</ref>
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Latest revision as of 12:52, 16 February 2013

Chinateatern (in English: The China Theatre) is a private theatre in Stockholm, Sweden, located at Berzelii Park in Stockholm city.[1]
Chinateatern in Berzelii Park

It was one of the most popular European places to perform in the middle of the 20th century.

Inaugurated as a movie theater in October 1928, it started to include stage and variety shows within a few years. By 1937 a yearly variety show was started during the summer months (May through September) with two showings per evening. By the time it closed in August of 1963 there had been a total of 70 shows which featured a magic act. [2][3]

Magical acts which have performed:


References

  1. http://www.chinateatern.se/new/
  2. http://magiarkivet.se/?page_id=6522
  3. Trollare och andra underhållare by Christer Nilsson (1990)
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