Harry Tate And Camden House Red Plaque Photo

Harry Tate and Camden House red plaque - Harry Tate (1872-1940) Near here stood Camden House, once home of Harry Tate from 1920-31. Born Ronald Hutchinson in Scotland in 1872, he adopted 'Tate' as a stage name. He became a music hall star successful in revue and silent films and was one of the first entertainers to broadcast.

Harry Tate And Camden House Red Plaque Map


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