Person    | Male  Born 1948 

Brian Catling

Categories: Poetry, Sculpture, Theatre

Poet, sculptor and performance artist. Born London.

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Brian Catling

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Tower of London execution site

Catling wrote the poem as well as creating the sculpture. Doesn't that cushio...

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Thomas Middleton

Thomas Middleton

Playwright.  Born London, probably in in a house on the corner of Ironmonger Lane and Cateaton Street (now Gresham Street). Baptized on 18 April 1580 in St Lawrence Jewry. He collaborated with a nu...

Person, Poetry, Theatre

1 memorial
Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray

Poet.  Born Cornhill.  Wrote ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’ and the lesser-known ‘Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes’ about Horace Walpole's cat. Died Cam...

Person, Poetry

2 memorials
Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas

Poet. Born at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, Swansea, which is now a themed holiday rental. Died at St Vincents Hospital, in New York City during a lecture tour of the United States. He is buried at Laugharne,...

Person, Poetry, Seriously Famous, Wales

6 memorials
W. S. Gilbert

W. S. Gilbert

Playwright, lyricist & poet. Born 17 Southampton Street as William Schwenck Gilbert. The Savoy Operas were written by Gilbert, with Sullivan providing the music and Richard D'Oyly Carte providi...

Person, Music / songs, Poetry, Seriously Famous, Theatre

7 memorials
Kate Greenaway

Kate Greenaway

Illustrator of children's books and poet. Born 21 Cavendish Street N1 (now entirely post-war blocks of flats). She and her family moved to Upper Street in 1852. She worked for London branch of Marc...

Person, Art, Children, Poetry, Seriously Famous

3 memorials