The Keswick Theater initially opened its entryways on Christmas Night, 1928. Broadly perceived as the most agreeable, acoustically idealize listening room in the whole Philadelphia showcase, the Keswick was composed by acclaimed designer Horace Trumbauer (who likewise made the Philadelphia Museum of Art!). At first a blend vaudeville/motion picture house, the Keswick facilitated such legends as Stepin' Fetchit, Paul Robeson and Ina Ray Hutton (Betty's sister) with her everything young lady band. In 1955.

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Keswick Theatre 291 North Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA, 19038
The Keswick opened its entryways again in March 1988, under private proprietorship. They effectively handled issues related with more established structures, radically expanded the action at the theater and effectively settled the Keswick according to general society. Amid that 15-year possession, the Keswick bloomed in notoriety and redesign.
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