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Royal Exchange, Smithford Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
15741851RAM INN, RAMME, RAM HOUSE INN
18411841BEERHOUSE
18511866ROYAL EXCHANGE
18661866WINE & SPIRIT VAULTS
18681871BRITANNIA MUSIC HALL
18711892BRITANNIA VAULTS
18741877VICTORIA THEATRE
1874?BRITANNIA THEATRE OF VARIETIES
On the 1851 Health Map it is shown as the ROYAL EXCHANGE, which appears to have been a Music Hall as well as a pub! In 1851 the Coventry Standard notes the change of name from the RAM to the ROYAL EXCHANGE and later in the year the same paper says that Mr Miller opened a Music Hall at the inn and changed the name. In 1866 the ROYAL EXCHANGE, previously the RAM, was demolished and re-opened as the WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS. At various times, this section of street has been known as either Fleet Street or Smithford Street, depending upon whether the numbering began and ended at Ram Bridge, or the junction with West Orchard.

LICENSEES:

1851 Mr Miller 1861 Richard Miller 1866 Richard Jones
Royal Exchange
Street plan of 1851
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