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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

 Rococo plasterwork round the central light.

 By theatre designer Phipps in Ancaster stone, the Royal opened in 1884 and is now Grade II listed.

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 Auditorium with stalls and two horseshoe balconies, plus a first floor box on both sides.

Hazle Ceramics
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
on Northampton
With added 22 carat gold
One-Off by Chris McAllister
The two stars play the music
box parts shown above as well
Michael Ball stars in the Musical

Introduction
This one-off has the musical with Michael Ball. From 2006 the Royal Theatre was part of the Royal & Derngate. In 2013 an Errol Flynn Filmhouse opened there on 20 June, his birthday! In 2016 the BBC said, “This award-winning arts complex has a reputation for adventurous commissioning which few British theatres can match.” Praise indeed!

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 Ornately restored by Osborne Robinson in 1960 who painted this.

 Errol Flynn trained at the Northampton Repertory here from 1933-4 in 22 plays such as Othello, but no star roles. He was fired after throwing a lady stage manager down a stairwell! After other UK theatre, Warner Brothers in the US signed him in 1935.

 Dick Van Dyke and Sally Ann Howes in 1968. An inventor turns a broken Grand Prix car into a fantasy vehicle for his kids who go on a magic trip to save their grandfather far away.

 A newer Errol Flynn Filmhouse is behind the Royal & Derngate. All three venues are interconnected.

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