Plaque

Dire Straits first gig

Erection date: 3/12/2009

Inscription

PRS for Music
Dire Straits first gigged here, 1977.
Presented to Farrer House, Crossfield Estate
PRS for Music Heritage Award

Site: Dire Straits first gig (1 memorial)

SE8, Creekside, 1 Farrer House, Crossfield Estate

This plaque was brought to our attention by Deptford Dame and then Alan Patient went along and took the pictures. See the BBC for some background.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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