A clinging vestige of the London Theater remains, bolted to the facade of a three-story shop house on Sukhumvit Road just south of Soi 71. The theater itself, once accessible by walking through a narrow passageway beneath the marquee, is no more. A new structure has been built in its place.
Food vendors occupy the space next to the entrance of the old passageway, with a hand painted sign deceitfully claiming "Entrance to the London Theater" nailed overhead.
The interior of the passageway is lined with tables, where customers dine on the delicacies prepared by the two vendors out front. One can imagine the walls of this passage once adorned with movie paraphernalia.
If I understood correctly, the London Theater was once part of a movie theater collection owned by a man named Chansak. Apparently this man was a prominent figure in the