The Roxy
The Roxy was a fashionable nightclub located at 41-43 Neal Street in London's Covent Garden, known for hosting the flowering British punk music scene in its infancy.
The premises had formerly been...
Foundling Hospital
The Foundling Hospital in London, England was founded in 1741 by the philanthropic sea captain Thomas Coram. It was a children's home established for the "education and maintenance of exposed and dese...
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George Bishop's Observatory
George Bishop's Observatory was an astronomical observatory erected in 1836 by the astronomer George Bishop near his residence at the South Villa of Regent's Park, London. It was equipped with a 7-inc...
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St Giles's Roundhouse
The St Giles's Roundhouse was a small roundhouse or prison, mainly used to temporarily hold suspected criminals.It was located in the St Giles area of present-day central London, between Charing Cross...
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Cumberland Basin (London)
Cumberland Basin (or Cumberland Market Basin) was a canal basin near to Euston railway station in London, England and a part of the Regent's Canal. It was originally known as Jew's Harp Basin in the 1...
Unity Theatre, London
The Unity Theatre was a theatre club formed in 1936, and initially based in St Judes Hall, Britannia Street, Somers Town, London NW1. In 1937 it moved to a former chapel in Goldington Street, also in ...
Maiden Lane railway stations
There have been two railway stations named Maiden Lane in the present London Borough of Camden, in north London, England. The stations, named after the nearby road (now York Way), were close to each o...
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Montagu House, Bloomsbury
Montagu House (sometimes spelled "Montague") was a late 17th-century mansion in Great Russell Street in the Bloomsbury district of London, which became the first home of the British Museum.The house w...
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Kingsway Hall
The Kingsway Hall, Holborn, London, built in 1912, was the home of the West London Mission of the Methodist Church, and eventually became one of the most important recording venues for classical music...
Serjeant's Inn
Serjeant's Inn (formerly Serjeants' Inn) was one of the two inns of the Serjeants-at-Law in London. The Fleet Street inn dated from 1443 and the Chancery Lane inn dated from 1416. Both buildings were ...
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Powis House
0°7′11″W / 51.52194°N 0.11972°W / 51.52194; -0.11972Powis House was an 18th-century mansion in London, England. It stood on the northern side of Great Ormond Street, not far f...
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The Royal School, Hampstead
The Royal School, Hampstead, was an independent girls' day and boarding school located in Hampstead, London, England. The school educated girls aged 3-16. The school merged with North Bridge House Sch...
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Euston Arch
The Euston Arch, built in 1837, was the original entrance to Euston station, facing onto Drummond Street, London. The Arch was demolished when the station was rebuilt in the 1960s, but much of the ori...
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St David's School, Middlesex
St David's School was an independent girls' school in Ashford (historically in Middlesex, but from 1965 in the district of Spelthorne in Surrey), England. The school was originally established in Lond...
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St. Mary's Town and Country School
St. Mary's Town and Country School was an independent, non-denominational, co-educational progressive day and boarding school, founded in Belsize Park, London in 1937. It closed at the end of 1982.Th...
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The Bedford Estate
The Bedford Estate is an estate in central London, owned by the Russell family who possess the peerage of Duke of Bedford. The estate was originally based in Covent Garden, then stretched to include B...
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Novelty Theatre
The Novelty Theatre (later renamed the Great Queen Street Theatre from 1900 to 1907, and the Kingsway Theatre from 1907 to 1941) was a London theatre. It opened in 1882 in Great Queen Street and was ...
Scala Theatre
0°8′10.0″W / 51.520056°N 0.136111°W / 51.520056; -0.136111The Scala Theatre was a theatre in London, sited on Charlotte Street, off Tottenham Court Road, in the London Borough...
Weston's Music Hall
Weston's Music Hall was a music hall and theatre that opened on 16 November 1857 at 242-245 High Holborn. In 1906, the theatre became known as the Holborn Empire.
The theatre was constructed on th...
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Domus Conversorum
The Domus Conversorum (House of the Converts) was a building and institution in London for Jews who had converted to Christianity. It provided a communal home and low wages. It was needed because all...
Ely Place
0°6′25″W / 51.51861°N 0.10694°W / 51.51861; -0.10694Ely Place is a gated road at the southern tip of the London Borough of Camden in London, England. It is the location of the...
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Queen's Theatre, Long Acre
The Queen's Theatre was established in 1867, as a theatre on the site of St Martin's Hall, a large concert room that opened in 1850. It stood on the corner of Long Acre and Endell Street, with entran...
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Open Space Theatre
The Open Space Theatre was created by Charles Marowitz and Thelma Holt in 1968.It began in a basement on Tottenham Court Road in London, then transferred to an art deco post office on the Euston Road ...
Tavistock House
Tavistock House was the London home of the noted British author Charles Dickens and his family from 1851 to 1860. At Tavistock House Dickens wrote Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit and A Tale of ...
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Old Devonshire House
Old Devonshire House at 48 Boswell Street, Theobalds Road, Bloomsbury, London, was the earlier Cavendish London house, sold by William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire, who built Devonshire House in ...
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