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 shown in this original site includes 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.”