Plaque

Benjamin Britten - N1

Erection date: 9/10/1985

Inscription

Historic House
The London home from 1970 of Benjamin Britten, composer (1913 - 1976).
London Borough of Islington

Unveiled by Sir Peter Pears.

Site: Benjamin Britten - N1 (1 memorial)

N1, Halliford Street, 8b

Plaque actually in Morton Road. Britten and Peter Pears had a studio here from 1970 to 1976.

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Benjamin Britten - N1

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Benjamin Britten

Composer. Born Lowestoft on St Cecilia's Day (patron saint of music). Royal C...

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Benjamin Britten - N1

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Islington Council

The Islington Book of Remembrance is an impressive undertaking: the database ...

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Sir Peter Pears

Tenor singer. Born Farnham.  Lived with Benjamin Britten, who composed for hi...

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