Hullawrerr, chinas! (Print 2360177)
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Fancie and Josie (comedians Jack Milroy and Rikki Fulton) were 'revolting' in the 1960s, taking to the streets to advertise their appearance at Jimmy Logan's New Metropole Theatre, at St George's Cross.
Logan bought the theatre in 1964 It prospered with variety, comedy plays, winter shows, and a Royal Variety Gala jointly with Scottish Television but found itself in an area which Glasgow Corporation was depopulating to peripheral housing schemes. The musical Hair opened in 1970 and ran for 10 months, its first outing outside London. Despite this success the theatre now drained money and closed in 1972, nearly bankrupting Logan. It lay derelict for many years before finally being demolished for a new housing development in 1990
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