Plaque

Terriss

Terriss Terriss
Inscription

City of Westminster
William Terriss, 1847 - 1897, hero of the Adelphi melodramas, met his untimely end outside this theatre, 16 Dec 1897.
The Adelphi Theatre Co. Ltd

Site: Terriss (1 memorial)

WC2, Maiden Lane, 19

This is the back of the Adelphi Theatre.

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Terriss

Subjects commemorated i

William Terriss

Actor-manager, owner of the Adelphi Theatre. Born in London as William Charl...

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Terriss

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Adelphi Theatre

Founded as the Sans Parail by John Scott, and his daughter Jane, who was an e...

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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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