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The Cambridge Theatre is a West End theatre which opened in 1930. The theatre is known for its particularly intricate design, and was Grade II listed in 1999. It underwent refurbishment in 1950 to completely change the style, with red décor and chandeliers. However, this was reverted in 1987 when it was refurbished again to restore the original design with gold and silver. The venue has been used to show films in the past, however more recently it is used primarily for musical theatre.
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