"Furthermore, the absence of a women's toilet
indicates that it was intended for use only
by the male actors and theatre staff."

  
1. The Academy Cinema in Brighton, for example, was built in 1868 by the Brighton Turkish Baths Co Ltd as the Brighton Hammam. It was converted into a cinema round about 1910.

  
2. The Savoy Turkish Bath was next door to D'Oyly Carte's Savoy Theatre. Some of its actors went there—some were shareholders, but the baths were not in the theatre itself.

  
3. 'The Wimbledon Theatre' Wimbledon and District Gazette (24 Dec 1910)



  
4. 'Turkish delight' / Helen Parton Intra (Aug 2002) p.48



  
5. 'Turkish delight' / Helen Parton Intra (Aug 2002) pp.47-51



  
6. 'The Corporation Baths: coming of age' Southampton and district pictorial (12 Mar 1913) p.7


  
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