Plaque

Unity Theatre plaque

Inscription

Unity Theatre, a theatre run by the people for the people. 1936 - 1975.

This plaque is on the front facade at ground floor level, between the two windows.

Site: Unity Theatre (2 memorials)

NW1, Charlton Street

On the first floor façade of the building, to the right of the windows, the following text is carved into the bricks (in the same style as that used for the first memorial given for this site): "Built by Saint Pancras Housing Assn. A.D. 1992".

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Unity Theatre plaque

Subjects commemorated i

Unity Theatre

Unity Theatre grew out of the agitprop street theatre in the East End of Lond...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Unity Theatre plaque

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Unity Theatre inscription

Unity Theatre inscription

This memorial is on the first floor facade of the building, to the left of th...

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