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Page 212. " on Broad Street, by the Sheldonian Theatre "
The Sheldonian Theatre
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The Sheldonian Theatre is a distinctive building in Oxford designed by Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul's Cathedral in London.

It is named after Gilbert Sheldon, the university's chancellor at the time, who was also the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Sheldonian Theatre is used for university lectures, music concerts and other university ceremonies; it is not used for plays.