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[[Ficheiro:Rainbow theatre london.jpg|thumb|300px|Teatro Rainbow, [[Londres]]]]
'''Teatro Rainbow''' ([[Língua Inglesa{{lang-en|em inlgês]] '''The Rainbow Theatre'''}}, originalmente chamado de '''Astoria Theatre'''), é um antigo teatro localizado em [[Finsbury]], na parte norte de Londres. Também foi um [[cinema]] em meados da [[Década de 1930]], hoje em dia foi adiquiridoadquirido pela [[Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus]].
 
== História ==
=== Cinema ===
Quando foi inaugurado em 1930, o ''Astoria Cinema'' foi o maior cinema do mundo.<ref>Cherry, Bridget and Pevsner, Nikolaus (1999) ''London 4: North''. London: Penguin; p. 705</ref> Estando próximo a duas das principais avenidas de Londre, exibiu em sua carreira, mais de mil [[filme]]s. Foi usado como cinema até [[1971]], quando ja dividia o ambiente com algumas apresentações de bandas, posteriormente cedeu lugar para apresentar somente os festivais de música ao vivo.
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In December 1930, the Astoria was taken over by [[Paramount Pictures]]. It was taken over again, on 27 November 1939, by Oscar Deutsch's [[Odeon Theatres]] Ltd.
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=== Música ===
Diversos apresentações ocorreram no Rainbow, entre os quais se destacam:<ref>http://www.rocklistmusic.co.uk/qlistspage2.html#gigs ''As Maiores e eternas Gigs''</ref>:
 
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=== Música venue: 1970s ===
Re-named Odeon on 17 November 1970, it was closed by the [[Rank Organisation]] on 25 September 1971 with Bill Travers in ''Gorgo'' and Hayley Mills in ''Twisted Nerve''. It was converted into the Rainbow Theatre from 4 November 1971, when [[The Who]] performed the first concert in the newly named theatre.
 
Occasional films were screened, including Jimmy Plays ''Berkley'' in January 1972, the World Premiere of the Leonard Cohen film ''Bird on a Wire'' on 5 July 1974, and [[Paul McCartney]]'s ''Wings'', which was the last film to be screened at the Rainbow Theatre, on 10 August 1979.
 
=== Boxing venue ===
Following the closure of the Rainbow Theatre on 24 December 1981, it was designated a [[listed building]], but lay empty and largely disused for the next 14 years. It was used occasionally in [[bareknuckle boxing|unlicenced boxing]] matches, most notably in April 1986 when [[Lenny McLean]] beat [[Roy Shaw]] in a dramatic first round [[knockout]].
 
=== Church ===
In 1995, the building was taken over by its current owners, the [[Universal Church of the Kingdom of God]], a controversial [[Brazil]]ian [[Pentecostal]] church. They began work restoring the building and turning it into a [[Church (building)|church]]. The auditorium restoration was the last phase to be completed, in 1999, and the theatre is now the main base for UCKG in the UK.
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== {{Ligações externas}} ==
* [http://picturepalace.mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/public/finsbury_park.htm Astoria, Finsbury Park]
* [http://cinematreasures.org/theater/1243/ Rainbow Theatre Listing at Cinema Treasures]
* {{cite book | author=Gray, Richard | title=Cinemas In Britain - One Hundred Years of Cinema Architecture |publisher =Lund Humphries |year=1996 | id=ISBN 0853316856 }}
* {{cite web |url=http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/the_jimi_hendrix_experience/news/12073 |title=Uncut.co.uk - News |accessdate=}}
 
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