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  1. I still wanted to visit this place before demolition, so last week we drove here to found quite a thrashed theatre, but with some nice light inside. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9
  2. Well-known location, however rather run down compared to older photo sets I remember. We didn't spend much time there, which annoys me even more, because as seen in the other thread, there's a glorious entrance that was missed. Anyway, here's the haul... Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr (This may look misplaced, but it's the stairs up to the old projection room.) Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr Theatre Jeusette by cerealbawx, on Flickr
  3. My first theatre that I ever visited was in Belgium during the crazy road trip with space invader, wevsky and sx-riffraff. Art Deco in appearance this place lies in an former industrial town in deepest Belgium. Again not much information can be gather about this place but looks like it was used by the former workers in the nearby factories before they closed and this theatre as well. Only took a few pictures as I think by the time of this visit I was knackered after visiting other places beforehand and the driving! Pictures:
  4. Day 2 of the Scottish Tour of BE After Stussy and Scattergun decided to climb a small bit of metal in 35 degree heat Lost and I decided on the far more dangerous Jeusette Theater After scalling a huge wobbly gate (must have been at least 3-4mm play in it), we ventured into the darkness for what seemed like an eternity (ok 2 mins max), followed the directions a very freindly german explorer had given us and we were in, BUT not after navigating at least 14-16 wooden stairs of death (ok they were perfect) When Stussy`s and Scatterguns pics from that explore are done (and hats off, there is no way I would have done it) you will see why the banter. So............ into this really cool theater (cool being the word in atmosphere and temperature), we even sat on the chairs for 5 mins or so and just enjoyed our surroundings. Later into the explore we met 2 girls from Anderlecht, nice chat For me I only wanted the Stella street scene, having seen it numerous times in pics I have always wanted to see it for myself. but quickly I learnt there was so much more to this place Cheers The Baron
  5. Hello! What a beautiful small theater this is! Apologies now for the Black and White but I thought it would look better. Thank You!
  6. Another building full of unique features from the sunny plains of Belgium! Alot of what you dont see, is either missing or trashed! the offices were torn apart, litter everywhere, but it had nice bits here and there..... anyway, here's some photos
  7. Evening all, Re-visited Theatre Jeusette in Belgium with a few of my crew in early February. This time earlier in the day hence better light and conditions as the first time we visited last thing in the day and light was fading fast. #1 #2 #3 #4 A few from November.. #5 #6 Cheers for looking.