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Vue Cinema
Vue Cinema

19 Regent Street, London, SW1Y 4LR

2.64km

Vue Entertainment (Vue) is a leader in the premium entertainment cinema sector in the UK.Committed to continued...Read more

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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12 Carlton House Terrace, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH

2.75km

Multi-disciplinary arts centre with exhibit galleriesRead more

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Odeon Tottenham Court Road
Odeon Tottenham Court Road

30 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 1BX

2.95km

ODEON is the largest cinema chain in the UK, with over one hundred cinemas. ODEON entertain more people in the UK...Read more

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Odeon (Tottenham Court Road)
Odeon (Tottenham Court Road)

30 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 1BX

2.95km

Three-screen cinema showing the latest releases.Read more

Cinemas Fitzrovia Tottenham Court Road

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Richard Brinsley Sheridan Blue Plaque - Richard Brinsley Sheridan 1751-1816 dramatist and statesman lived here 1795-1802
Richard Dimbleby Blue Plaque - Richard Dimbleby 1913-1965 Broadcaster lived here 1937-1939
Henry Edward Manning Black Plaque - Cardinal Manning (1808-1892) lived here
De Hems, London Brown Plaque - De Hems  Since 1688, a public house has stood on the area now occupied by, De Hems.  In 1890, De Hems was given its name from one of its former owners, a Dutch Seaman De Hem.   At first, De Hems operated as an oyster bar serving oysters and stout, there was little waste from the oysters, as over 300,000 oyster shells were used to decorate the walls!  The Dutch community have long been linked with De Hems, and even used the upstairs bar as a meeting place for the Dutch Resisitance during WWI (sic
George Frederick Bodley Blue Plaque - George Frederick Bodley 1827-1907 Architect lived here 1862-1873
Alfred Reynolds Blue Plaque - Alfred Reynolds Hungarian poet and philosopher lived here 1980-1993.

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