The Gateway Theatre (built as the New Edinburgh Veterinary College) was a Grade C listed building in Edinburgh, Scotland, situated on Elm Row at the top of Leith Walk.
The building was purpose-built by George Beattie and Sons in 1882 for the relocated New Veterinary College (not to be confused with the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, which is still extant, elsewhere in the city). In 1904, the College vacated the building, with a professor and eleven students relocating to the veterinary faculty at Liverpool. The college buildings were sold to William Perry in 1908, who then applied for a roof to be built over the courtyard to create a roller-skating rink.
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