Plaque

Robert Edwin Villiers

Inscription

{In the scroll at the top, French for 'My faith in God':}
Ma foi en dieu.
This stone, the first in the new street, was laid by Robert Edwin Villiers, 8 June 1885. Reconstructed by Trollope and Coles Ltd 1988.
Peto Bros. Builders

Site: Robert Edwin Villiers (1 memorial)

W1, Shaftesbury Avenue, Trocadero Centre

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Robert Edwin Villiers

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Robert Edwin Villiers

Managed the London Pavilion theatre from 1886 to 1890. Robert Edwin Villiers...

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