Plaque

Grimaldi - EC1

Erection date: 1989

Inscription

English Heritage
Joseph Grimaldi, 1778 - 1837, clown, lived here 1818 - 1828.

Site: Grimaldi - EC1 (1 memorial)

EC1, Exmouth Market, 56

Grimaldi lived at numerous addresses in the Clerkenwell area between 1794 and his death. This is the only one to have survived.

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Joseph Grimaldi

Pantomime clown appearing at Sadler's Wells, Drury Lane and Covent Garden the...

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