Queens Hall-The original multi use performing arts building. The The Bishop Pipe organ was re installed in the  Methodist Church  Claremont Interior of the Queens Hall Queens Hall completely redesigned as Hoyts Regent Theatre Opening Night September 9th 1927. (Black and White photo coloured on iPad) Restored photo of procenium Elegant Interior View from Stage Uninspiring conversion to MGM Metro Theatre Reworked procenium details Theatre Manager Bob McKenna and organist Ray Clements inspect the console before removal.
Newspaper clip shows Chamber openings enlarged by members of Theatre Organ Society of Australia Metro 1970's Demolition in Progress. Organ Chambers can be seen stretching way back from the openings in the Procenium. John Fuhrmann playing the Metro Wurlitzer Organ Ray Clements at the Metro 1960's The Karrinyup Community Centre Invitation to the opening Organ concert at Karrinyup Some of the crowd at the free opening event Tony fenelon entertains at the Karrinyup opening concert Restored 2 Manual Wurlitzer on opening day The New (old) 3 Manual console as it arrived from Seattle Washington Prior to refurbishing iPhone photo of console with expanded piston rails
Console console 2 Solo Stops Great Stops Pedal and Accomp Stops Some of the pipe work. Solo String,oboe Horn and 16' Tibia
Simon Gledhill cuts the cake at the 25th anniversary Concert
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