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17 BETHEL STREET
LADY LANE
St. PETER MANCROFT 6 DAY LICENCE to 1929 CLOSED 12.04.1960
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 - 1965 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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RICHARD BRITTON 1802
RICHARD BRIGHTON
labourer
1806 - 1810
DAVID KEMP 1822 - 1830
RICHARD STANNARD
age 45 in 1841
1839 - 1842
JAMES BRANCH
according to Magistrates
1845
ROSE GARNHAM
according to White
1845
MARY ANN BARTHROP 1850
BENJAMIN LACEY  ( 30 ) * 1851
JOHN SWAN 1854
SAMUEL KING 25.03.1855
SUSAN KING 14.05.1878
HERBERT HENRY KING 08.05.1888
WILLIAM HAMMOND COOPER 07.05.1901
ALFRED WILLIAM PAVELEY 14.02.1902
ARTHUR CULYER 07.02.1912
EDWARD SAMUEL CROWE 23.11.1915
ANNIE LAURIE CROWE 14.06.1927
DOUGLAS ARTHUR OLIVER BAKER 12.02.1929
ARTHUR CULYER 12.03.1929
SARAH ANN CULYER 04.04.1942
EDWARD BATHURST MALLETT 07.05.1946
JACK LAURENCE SPARKES 10.05.1960



Also as the THEATRE TAVERN and the OLD THEATRE TAVERN.

7 day licence transferred from the HOOP 11.02.1929

Closed 11.04.1960 but licence held until 1963

The Theatre Tavern - 1960 - Image provided by Charlie & George Ducker.
1960 - Soon after closure.
Image provided by Charlie & George Ducker.


About 40 members of the Night Watch, with Superintendant P. M. Yarrington, celebrated the marriage of Her Majesty to the Prince of Wales on Monday 10th February 1840 by dining here. The landlord, Mr. Stannard served up with the greatest conviviality and good feeling prevailed.
Her Majesty and her Consort were toasted with enthusiasm.
The party broke up at seven o'clock.
( Superintendant Yarrington went on to the BLACK HORSE to dine with the Police force members.)

Demolished and site included in that of the new library, later the site of the Forum.







House no. 136 on 1845 Magistrates list