A total of 408 new theatre seats, new flooring and a new light and sound system has been installed at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre following an extensive refurbishment over three months.
The refurbishment project also included new curtains; painted walls; varnishing of wooden panels; a new carpet; stage floor sanding and new LED lighting to the auditorium.
A designated wheelchair area has been included in the redesign of the seating plan and the two front rows, which had been unavailable for a number of years, have now been re-provisioned.
“Every effort has been made to preserve the original 1960s design details,” a Gibraltar Cultural Services spokesman said. “The Management of the hall is confident that users and visitors alike will appreciate the new and enhanced facilities this historical theatre has to offer.”