Hengler’s first circus building in Glasgow began it existence as the Prince’s Theatre at the corner of West Nile Street and Buchanan Street (nowadays West Regent St.).
The 2nd circus was constructed at Wellington Street across Waterloo Street from the site that would become the Alhambra Theatre. By then Charles Hengler’s regular architect and friend J.T. Robinson had died so the building was designed by his son-in-law: the famous theater and circus building architect Frank Matcham.
42 Waterloo Street
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