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Site: Chaplin mosaics (5 memorials)

SE1, Lambeth Walk, Chandler Hall

We've numbered the mosaics left to right. The text plaque is to the right of the curved wall, just out of sight. Chaplin certainly lived his early life in the Lambeth area but we can find nothing to associate him with Lambeth Walk.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Chaplin mosaics 3

Subjects commemorated i

Charlie Chaplin

Born Charles Spencer Chaplin in East Street, Walworth (possibly, see Londonis...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
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Also at this site i

Chaplin - Lambeth Walk

Chaplin - Lambeth Walk

The BFI date the Hippodrome performance to Christmas 1900. The quote about a ...

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Chaplin mosaics 1

Chaplin mosaics 1

Southbank Mosaics

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Chaplin mosaics 2

Chaplin mosaics 2

This image is from the 1918 'A Dog's Life'.

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Chaplin mosaics 4

Chaplin mosaics 4

This image is from the 1921 'The Kid'.

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Nearby Memorials

George Holyoake

George Holyoake

WC1, Woburn Walk

Richardson's novel The Trap describes her time at no.6. Holyoake lived at no.4, formerly 1 Woburn Buildings, 1850 - 61.

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
Whitechapel fatberg

Whitechapel fatberg

E1, Whitechapel Road

We wonder what the various shapes on the plaque represent? Nappy wipes and other unmentionables that get flushed down the loo, and should...

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
Lionel Logue

Lionel Logue

SW1, Harley Street, 146

Mark Logue, Lionel's grandson, was present at the unveiling.

2 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Gerard Manley Hopkins - SW15

Gerard Manley Hopkins - SW15

SW15, Holybourne Avenue, Parkstead House, Roehampton University

The 'SJ' after his name means he was a Jesuit, a member of the Society of Jesus. 

2 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Voltaire

Voltaire

WC2, Maiden Lane, 10

The plaque was stolen some years ago. In 1994 (300th birthday) the Voltaire Foundation got it put back.

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators