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Stoll Picture Theatre (Tyne Theatre)


Hand drawn pen & ink artwork by Ben Holland.


This Grade I listed building remains today much as it was when it first opened as a theatre in 1867.

In 1919, the theatre was taken over by Oswald Stoll’s ‘Stoll Circuit’, and became the Stoll Picture Theatre until it closed in 1974. When the screen was removed it was discovered that the final theatre set was still largely in place.


  • Available either unframed or framed.
  • Giclée print on heavyweight 285gsm archival paper, initialled by the artist.
  • Available in A4 (29.7 x 21cm), A3 (42 x 29.7cm) and A2 (59.4 x 42cm) size.
  • Real wood frames are available in black or white.
  • All frames have a smooth matt finish and come with real glass (not perspex).
  • Free delivery on orders over £50 and free collection from the studio.