Bristol in the New Millennium

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© David Hoey 2002

Statue of Bristol-born Nipper, the little dog who inspired the world-famous "His Masterís Voice" record label. The statue is situated above the entrance of what was once the Coliseum Theatre in Park Row. Opposite this building once stood the Princes Theatre, (sadly blitzed during the War), where his master, Mark Henry Barraud, worked as a scenic painter.