Plans for Medieval Manor to Reopen in Old Space Fall Through
A landmark theater and restaurant that was hoping to return to its former space has given its fans a bit of bad news.
According to a Facebook post, the Medieval Manor will not be reopening in its old home on E Berkeley Street in the South End after all, with the note saying the following:
It is with great sadness that we inform you our efforts to reach a new lease agreement for the space where the Manor has lived for so long were unsuccessful. The price of a castle in Boston has increased significantly. We will continue to search for ways to bring back the king but we may not be seeing you as soon as we had hoped. Thank you for all of your support over the years.
The Medieval Manor closed at the end of last year but subsequently said that it was hoping to reopen in its former space, which would apparently be modified. The place had been in business for more than 40 years.
The address for the Medieval Manor was 246 E Berkeley Street, Boston, MA, 02116.
[August 13 update: The Medieval Manor won't be returning to its old home, but a new Facebook post gives a bit of good news--some of the cast is working on a new Pilgrim-themed show called "Plymouth Rocks," which is planning to open in Plymouth sometime in November.]
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