London Pavilion Black Plaque Photo

London Pavilion black plaque - London Pavilion On this site between 1885 and 1934 stood the re-sited London Pavilion built following the demolition of its predecessor in Tichborne Street. The first West End theatre to introduce the now familiar

London Pavilion Black Plaque Map


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Annie Besant Blue Plaque - The Match Girls Strike of 1888 was led here by Annie Besant journalist and lecturer  1847-1933  Following the strike, Annie Besant became Secretary of the new Matchmakers Union. In 1917 she became President of the Indian National Congress and was also International President of the Theosophical Society from 1907-1933.
Borough Market Blue Plaque - Borough Market   London's oldest fruit and veg market
Sutton House Black Plaque - Sutton House  This building was given to the National Trust by W.A. Robertson in memory of his brothers Norman Cairns Robertson Captn 2nd Batt. Hampshire Regt. Who died 20th June 1917 at Hanover Germany and of Laurence Grant Robertson 2nd Lieut 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers who was killed in action in France during the battle of the Somme in or near Delville Wood 30th July 1916