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Montagu Pyke and The Marquee

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The Montagu Pyke
This is the site of the former 'Marquee Club' which closed in 1995, originally built as a cinema in 1911 by Montagu Pyke, his 16th and final cinema.
Charing Cross Road, London

Site: Montagu Pyke and The Marquee (1 memorial)

WC2, Charing Cross Road, The Montagu Pyke pub, 105-107

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Montagu Pyke and The Marquee

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Cambridge Circus Cinematograph Theatre

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Montagu Pyke

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Marquee Club

First opened on 19 April 1958 at 165 Oxford Street and then in 1964 moved to ...

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