Plaque

Brian Epstein - WC2

Erection date: 28/9/2010

Inscription

Seven Dials Trust
{Golden hind image}
Brian Epstein, the Beatles manager and impresario, worked here, 1963 - 1964.

Unveiled by Cilla Black.

The Cerynitis or Golden Hind originates in Greek myth.  It was the symbol of the parish of St Giles and has been adopted by the Seven Dials Trust.

Site: Brian Epstein - WC2 (1 memorial)

WC2, Monmouth Street, 13

This was Epstein's first London office.

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Brian Epstein - WC2

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The Beatles

George Harrison,  John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr.

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Brian Epstein

Beatles' manager and impresario. Born Liverpool. Homosexual and artistic, bri...

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