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100 Year Pavilion Celebration

September 14, 2024

7pm - 11pm

St. Dunstan's Pavilion, 400 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills

Tickets: $ 75

Tickets will include hors d'oeuvres, open bar, live music and dancing!

Step back in time and enjoy an evening filled with glamour, jazz, and all the excitement of the 1920s. Dress to impress in your finest flapper dresses, feather boas, or sharp suits and fedoras. The night will feature live music, dancing, delicious food, and a silent auction with amazing prizes to bid on.

If you would like to donate a prize or basket for the auction, please contact admin@stdunstanstheatre.com

Tickets are limited - please try to buy tickets by August 15th so we can give the caterer a final headcount. 

Cranbrook Pavilion

Also known asSt. Dunstan's Playhouse

Date1924 circa

Photographer: Hance, G. W. (George W.)

Interior of the Pavilion. The artificial stone columns were fabricated by Maul Co. - cast in concrete and acid-treated. Interior decorations and murals were added by the Lauringer Studio of Fine Arts, Detroit. Originally designed as the "garden house" by Kahn in 1923.

Architect/Designer: Kahn, Albert, 1869-1942

Courtesy of Cranbrook Archives, Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research

Cranbrook Pavilion

Also known asSt. Dunstan's Playhouse

Date1924 circa

Photographer: Hance, G. W. (George W.)

A view of the west end of Cranbrook Pavilion. In 1930, the arches were enclosed with glass to offer better protection from the weather.

Architect/Designer: Kahn, Albert, 1869-1942

Courtesy of Cranbrook Archives, Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research

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Inside the Pavilion 1935.

The Pavilion was used as a spot for various art exhibitions.

Courtesy of Cranbrook Archives, Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research

Cranbrook Pavilion Entrance

Also known asSt. Dunstan's Playhouse; St. Dunstan's Theater

Date1935 January

Photographer: Askew, Richard G.

The Cranbrook Pavilion Entrance on Lone Pine Road.

Courtesy of Cranbrook Archives, Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research

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