The site of this building forms part of what was once the precinct of the Priory of S. John-the-Baptist, Holywell. Within a few yards stood, from 1577 to 1598, the first London building specially devoted to the performance of plays and known as 'The Theatre'.
This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Subjects commemorated i
SE1, Tooley Street
2021: This plaque has been replaced with a similar plaque, re-branded to promote 'London Bridge City' rather than 'Pool of London'.
WC1, Tavistock Square, BMA House
This same building is commemorated at the Charles Dickens home memorial.
SW1, Cadogan Place, 44
William Wilberforce, 1759 - 1833, opponent of slavery, died here. London County Council
EC4, Fleet Street, 69
The ACLL plaque is on the wall to the left, hidden by the wall-mounted No Entry sign. Note: despite their appearance, neither of these t...