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Cecil Masey

Born: 1880 (London, UK)

Died: 1960 (Wallington, UK)

Cecil Aubrey Masey was an English theatre and cinema architect, born 28th December 1880 in Lambeth, London. Masey was a pupil of Bertie Crewe, with whom he worked on the Empire Music Hall in Edmonton in 1908. In 1909, Masey went into partnership with architect Roy Young.

Some of Masey’s earliest designs include the New Wimbledon Theatre, built in 1919 with Roy Young in Wimbledon, London; and the Electric Theatre in Bournemouth, built in 1919 for Alexander Bernstein. In 1920 Masey also designed the Empire Cinema in Willesden for Bernstein.

Masey designed the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End together with Giles Gilbert Scott and Bertie Crewe, which opened in 1930.

Masey died 7th April 1960.

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