call for giving the alarm of fire was a whole district. Dozens of calls to firefighters, photos, a viral post on social, the requests for help. "A stunning look at the Camden Palace / Koko up in flames this evening, a building that holds so many memories and mean so much to us in Camden," wrote on Twitter Georgia Gould , director of the Kentish Town Ward.
Heartbreaking watching the Camden Palace / Koko-up in flames this evening, a building that holds so many memories and means so much to us in Camden. Incredible how quickly @LondonFire got under control, we owe them so much for their swift and courageous response pic.twitter.com/tLPS5cLwnN— Georgia Gould (@Georgia_Gould) January 6, 2020
But its walls, the dome, the theatre has done it again this time. The theater, which was inaurato the day after Christmas, in a cold 1900, designed by the architect W. G. R. Sprague and opened by Ellen Terry, who was then the most famous actress of England.