Erection date: 23/9/2011
In a building on this site W. A. Mozart and his family lodged with barber John Couzin, April - August 1764, the first London address on their Grand Tour of Europe.
Cecil Court Traders' Association
Unveiled by Simon Callow, who was the first actor to play the part of Mozart in the Peter Shaffer play 'Amadeus', at the National Theatre in 1979.
Site: Mozart - WC2 (1 memorial)
WC2, Cecil Court, 9, Mark Sullivan Antiques
Brought to our attention by Discovering London who are often one step ahead of us. This was Mozart's first London address and possibly where he composed his first symphony. Check out the first floor window. Eight-year old Mozart was touring Europe and stayed here for the four months that he performed in London. Tickets for his performances were sold from this shop. Well, not this actual shop since the whole Court was redeveloped in 1894. More information about the Court and Mozart's stay at History of Cecil Court.