Plaque

Gracie Fields - N1

Inscription

English Heritage
Graceie Fields, 1898 - 1979, singer and entertainer, lived here.

Gracie lived here in a flat above a sweet shop, 1926 - 1929, with her parents and first husband, Archie Pitt. She made her London debut at the nearby Collins Music Hall and achieved great success while living here.

Site: Gracie Fields - N1 (1 memorial)

N1, Upper Street, 72a

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Gracie Fields - N1

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Dame Gracie Fields

Entertainer. Born over a chip shop in Rochdale, Lancashire as Grace Stansfiel...

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