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Queen's Hall Queen's Hall

Plaque: Queen's Hall


City of Westminster
The Queen's Hall, 1893 - 1941, site of Britain's leading concert hall where Sir Henry Wood founded the promenade concerts in 1895. The Queen's Hall was destroyed in the Blitz of 1941.
British Broadcasting Corporation

Site: Queen's Hall (1 memorial)

W1, Langham Place, Henry Wood House

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Queen's Hall

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The Blitz

During WW2 Britain came under heavy bombing from Germany for 8 months, 1940-1...

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World War 2

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Sir Henry Wood

Conductor and composer.  The first British-born career conductor. Born in Lon...

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Queen's Hall

Opened in 1893, destroyed by the Luftwaffe on 10 May 1941.

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Queen's Hall

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British Broadcasting Corporation

Also known as the BBC or more affectionately, the Beeb.  Founded as the Briti...

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Westminster City Council

Created in 1965 from the former area of the Metropolitan Boroughs of St Maryl...

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