Plaque

Peter Cook

Erection date: 15/2/2009

Inscription

City of Westminster
Peter Cook, 1937 - 1995, comedian and "only twin", co-founded and ran the Establishment Club here.
The Heritage Foundation

Site: Peter Cook (1 memorial)

W1, Greek Street, 18

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Peter Cook

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The Establishment Club

Peter Cook said this was modelled on "those wonderful Berlin cabarets which d...

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Peter Cook

Comedian, satirist and "only twin". Born Torquay. Founded and owned 'The Es...

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Peter Cook

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Heritage Foundation

We believe this group now encompasses Comic Heritage, Musical Heritage, Sport...

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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