General exterior view showing the ODEON Covent Garden cinema. FURTHER INFO from Cinematreasures.org : Opened as the Saville Theatre on 8th October 1931. The exterior of the building is in textured brick and has as its main point of interest, a bas-relief freize by sculptor Gilbert Bayes. It depicts 'Drama Through the Ages' with representations of 'St. Joan', 'Imperial Roman Triumphal Proscession', 'Harlequinade' and 'War Plays' etc. Sections of this frieze were displayed at the Royal Academy in 1930-1931, prior to their installation on the building. copyright BBC / Laurence Coss

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