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Originally the New Theatre Royal, the building dates back to 1878. Much of the theatre interior was lost or hidden in the late 1980s when the building was used for other purposes. Wetherspoons purchased the building in 1999 and removed much of the interior partitioning to reveal parts of the theatre that had been long hidden.

Originally the New Theatre Royal, the building dates back to 1878. Much of the theatre interior was lost or hidden in the late 1980s when the building was used for other purposes. Wetherspoons purchased the building in 1999 and removed much of the interior partitioning to reveal parts of the theatre that had been long hidden.

The Knight's Templar, London

The Knight's Templar is a JD Wetherspoons that was once the Union Bank. Located to the rear of the Royal Courts of Justice, it features a large main bar with very high ceilings that you would expect in a bank. To the side is an upper level that offers lots of seating in different rooms.

The Crosse Keys is a JD Wetherspoon pub located near Leadenhall Market in the City of London. The building was originally the headquarters of the Hong King and Shanghai Bank (HSBC) and dates from 1919. It is named after an old coaching inn that used to be located nearby. It was converted into a Wetherspoon pub in 1999. The pub features an impressive selection of ales for a Wetherspoon pub (up to 24 handpumps). You can view more photos and read a review on Travels with Beer.

The ornate sign outside the King's Head Inn, Salisbury. There has been a pub on the site since the 15th century and the pub was first called the King's Head in 1520.