Categories: Cinema, Community / Clubs, Music / songs, Theatre, TV & Radio
Picture source: www.equity.org.uk
UK Trade Union representing professional performers and other creative workers.
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Unveiled by Sir Richard Attenborough, Larry‘s son, Tarquin and widow, Joan Pl...
Born Joyce Phipps in Montpelier Square, London. Her mother was sister to Nancy Astor, MP, so she was "well brought up". Aged 19 she married Reggie, her husband until her death. The picture is a se...
Person, Cinema, Humour, Theatre
Opened in 1913, as Camberwell Central Cinema, it suffered bomb damage but was reopened in 1945. It closed in 1948 and was being used for storage when a bad fire in 1957 prompted the decision to dem...
Actor. Born Lancashire. Played many comic roles. Late in her life Alan Bennett wrote a number of roles for her.
Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio
Born Dorking, Surrey, as Laurence Kerr Olivier. With his wife Vivien Leigh, he managed the St James's Theatre from 1950 to its closure in 1957. Founding Director of the National Theatre, 1963 - 197...
Person, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Theatre
Flour miller and film-maker. Born Joseph Arthur Rank at Chestnut Villas, Holderness Road, Drypool, Kingston upon Hull. He worked for many years in his (very wealthy) father's flour milling business...
Person, Cinema, Industry