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The Stella Theatre's new look is unveiled for its grand opening

Built in 1923, the theatre has been closed since 2004.

Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTube

THE STELLA THEATRE is having its grand reopening tonight.

The south Dublin venue closed its doors in 2004 but will re-emerge as a cinema venue tonight.

Built in 1932, the theatre has been restored to its original glory – with a cocktail bar and balcony viewing added.

Earlier, TheJournal.ie had a peak inside as the space was unveiled and staff got ready for their first guests.

Tonight’s event is invite-only, unfortunately for all of us, but members of the public can visit from 31 October.

Read: “Stella Cinema set to reopen its doors after 12 years”

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