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Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street

Plaque: Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street

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Queen's Theatre
Built by W G R Sprague, the Queen's Theatre opened in 1908 with a comedy 'The Sugar Bowl'. While the Edwardian interior has largely survived, the theatre suffered bomb damage during the last war, re-opening in 1959 with the present exterior and John Gielgud in 'The Age of Man'.
Theatreland - Heart of the Performing Arts in London
A joint venture by the City of Westminster and the Society of West End Theatre

Site: Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street (2 memorials)

W1, Wardour Street, Queens Theatre

The Les Mis plaque is laid in the ground at the front, audience, entrance.

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Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street

Information Subjects commemorated

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World War 2

Sorry, we've done no research on WW2, it's just too big a subject. But do vis...

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Sir John Gielgud

Actor.  Born 7 Gledhow Gardens, South Kensington, great nephew to Ellen Terry...

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W. G. R. Sprague

Born in Australia the son of an actress.  Worked for Matcham for a time.  Des...

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Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street

Information Created by

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Society of West End Theatre/London Theatre

1908 Formed as West End Theatre Managers. 1976 By now it is called Society o...

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Westminster City Council

Created in 1965 from the former area of the Metropolitan Boroughs of St Maryl...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Queen's Theatre - Wardour Street

Information Also at this site

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Les Miserables

Les Miserables Opened 8 October 1985 - The world's longest running musical

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