Ellen Terry, Charles Wyndham, And Queen's Theatre, Long Acre Black Plaque Photo

Ellen Terry, Charles Wyndham, and Queen's Theatre, Long Acre black plaque - Queen's  Theatre    The old Queen's Theatre  occupied this site for just eleven  years from 1867 to 1878 and was  renowned in its day, albeit fleetingly,  for the distinguished players, including  Ellen Terry and Charles Wyndham,  who trod its boards

Ellen Terry, Charles Wyndham, And Queen's Theatre, Long Acre Black Plaque Map


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