The Regent Hall :: Shared Description

The Regent Hall is the Salvation Army's church on Oxford Street, London. In fact they advertise it as the only place of worship on what is otherwise a temple to consumerism. The hall itself, which was originally an ice rink and converted to a church under Salvation Army founder William Booth in 1882, is invisible from either Oxford Street or Princes Street, as there are later facades along both street frontages.
by Stephen Craven
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TQ2881 : Oxford Street shoppers outside Regent Hall by David Hawgood
TQ2881 : Regent Hall, Oxford Street: front entrance by Stephen Craven
TQ2881 : Regent Hall, Oxford Street: interior by Stephen Craven
TQ2881 : London Maori Club Christmas Concert in Salvation Army Hall by David Hawgood
TQ2881 : Regent Hall, Oxford Street: rear entrance by Stephen Craven

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Created: Sat, 1 Feb 2014, Updated: Sat, 1 Feb 2014

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