Plaque

Kenneth Williams - New Diorama Theatre

Erection date: 5/9/2010

Inscription

Kenneth Williams, 1926 - 1988, comedy actor and raconteur lived at Marlborough House near this site, 1972 - 1988.
To preserve and foster the traditions of British Comedy
The British Comedy Society
5th September 2010

The plaque is located in the foyer of the New Diorama Theatre.

Site: Kenneth Williams - New Diorama Theatre (1 memorial)

NW1, Triton Street, 15 - 16, New Diorama Theatre

This must be the plaque to replace the one that used to be on the now-demolished Marlborough House, a short distance to the west.

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

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Kenneth Williams - New Diorama Theatre

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Kenneth Williams

Comedy actor. Born Bingfield Street, N1. David Benson's 6 minute video of Dav...

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British Comedy Society / Dead Comics Society

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