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Gilbert Miller

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Gilbert Miller

American impresario. Owned the St James's Theatre from 1943 to its demise in 1957.

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Gilbert Miller

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St James's Theatre - 3 reliefs

The four bas-relief panels by Edward Bainbridge Copnall depict the heads of G...

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1 memorial
Croydon Grand Theatre and Opera House

Croydon Grand Theatre and Opera House

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Building, Theatre

1 memorial
Sir Bruce Forsyth

Sir Bruce Forsyth

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2 memorials