(the) Royal Exchange

(the) Royal Exchange
the Royal Exchange [the Royal Exchange]
a theatre in ↑Manchester, England, built in the city’s old cotton exchange (= a large circular trading hall). The theatre reopened in 1998 after it was damaged by an ↑IRA bomb in 1996.

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