Group    From 1831 

Garrick Club

Categories: Community / Clubs

Private members’ Club at 15 Garrick Street, named after David Garrick. Notoriously it maintains its rule of not admitting women as members. Members include many high profile or powerful men in fields such as: politics, law, the arts, entertainment, etc.

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Garrick Club

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Laurence Olivier statue

Unveiled by Sir Richard Attenborough, Larry‘s son, Tarquin and widow, Joan Pl...

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Richardson Evans

Richardson Evans

Civil servant, journalist and author. He served in the Indian Civil Service, for North-Western Provinces from 1867 to 1876, after which he worked in London as a journalist. From the 1880s onwards, ...

Person, Community / Clubs, Journalism / Publishing, Belgium, India

1 memorial
George Arthur Roberts

George Arthur Roberts

Soldier and Fireman. Born in Trinidad, he was one of the first black men to join the British Army. In WW1, he earned a reputation for throwing bombs back over enemy lines and was nicknamed the 'Coc...

Person, Armed Forces, Community / Clubs, Emergency Services, Race Issues, Caribbean Islands, France, Turkey

War served, WW2
1 memorial
Royal Society

Royal Society

Also known as the Royal Society of London (for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge). A learned society for science, granted a royal charter by King Charles II.  Wren was a founding member. The Soc...

Group, Community / Clubs, Race Issues, Science

4 memorials
Castle Baynard Ward Club (centenary)

Castle Baynard Ward Club (centenary)

Founded by Sir Thomas Vansittart Bowater. Initially intended to protect the ward's interests and enable members to meet councillors in the City of London. Now more just a social club.

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Szmul Zygielbojm Memorial Committee

Szmul Zygielbojm Memorial Committee

Group concerned with promoting the memory of Szmul Zygielbojm.

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial