Plaque

Soul II Soul

Soul II Soul
Soul II Soul
Inscription

Soul II Soul first gigged live here, 1991, at Electric (formerly The Fridge)
PRS for Music Heritage Award

2023: Andrew Czezowski, co-founder of the Fridge, contacted us to point out that the plaque incorrectly suggests that SIIS played at the Electric. SIIS played at the Fridge, not the Electric.

Site: Soul II Soul (1 memorial)

SW2, Town Hall Parade, Electric Brixton

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Soul II Soul

Subjects commemorated i

Soul II Soul

Musical group. Founded by Jazzie B (Trevor Beresford Romeo). They are best kn...

Read More

Electric Brixton

Nightclub formerly known as The Fridge. 

Read More

The Fridge

Former nightclub.  It claimed to have been the first British club to have suc...

Read More

This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Soul II Soul

Created by i

PRS for Music

Previously known as the Performing Rights Society. They have also erected pl...

Read More

Nearby Memorials

Pepys - Stew Lane

Pepys - Stew Lane

EC4, Stew Lane

This page of Pepys' Diary is given at The Diary of Samuel Pepys with lots of explanatory links.

9 subjects commemorated, 2 creators
Turk's Head - Wapping - 1

Turk's Head - Wapping - 1

E1, Green Bank / Tench Street, 1 / 20

We'd guess that the first stone was created and erected in 1766 when the building was rebuilt. And in 1927 it was decided to carry on th...

1 subject commemorated
Camp Griffiss, Block B, SE corner

Camp Griffiss, Block B, SE corner

TW11, Bushy Park

There were 16 of these open-book style ground plaques, marking the corners of blocks A - D, the 4 main large blocks of buildings in WW2 C...

3 subjects commemorated
Leysian Mission - Reed

Leysian Mission - Reed

EC1, City Road

The building is also known as the Imperial Hall. Up the top, in an Art Nouveau swirl the building is dated 1903.  The plaques are, left t...

2 subjects commemorated
Benny Hill

Benny Hill

TW11, Thames Walkway, Behind Broom Road

These plaques were originally located on the buildings of the Teddington Studios in Broom Road. The studios were closed and demolished in...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator