Building    From 1885  To 1934

London Pavilion

Categories: Theatre

The picture source is a lovely site about the theatre and Arthur Lloyd who performed there.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
London Pavilion

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London Pavilion

London Pavilion On this site between 1885 and 1934 stood the re-sited London...

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Leila Campbell

Leila Campbell

Born as Leila Jaffe on 10 August 1911 her birth was registered in Birkenhead, Cheshire. She was the elder daughter of Myers Jaffe (1883-1961) and Rebecca Jaffe née Neiman (1879-1965) and when the 1...

Person, Politics & Administration, Theatre

1 memorial
Sir George Alexander

Sir George Alexander

Actor-manager. Ran the St James's Theatre from about 1891 until his death in 1918.

Person, Theatre

3 memorials
Theatre Royal Marylebone

Theatre Royal Marylebone

Opened as the Royal Pavilion West and subjected to many name changes over the years, including: Royal West London Theatre, Marylebone Theatre, West London Theatre.  Converted to a cinema in 1932.  ...

Building, Cinema, Theatre

1 memorial
Croydon Grand Theatre and Opera House

Croydon Grand Theatre and Opera House

The theatre was opened by Herbert Beerbohm Tree and it originally produced plays and melodrama. By the 1920s it had become a venue for touring companies. Sarah Bernhardt and Sir Henry Irving were g...

Building, Theatre

1 memorial
Surrey Theatre

Surrey Theatre

Opened initially as the 'Royal Circus and Equestrian Philharmonic Academy'. Burnt down in 1799 and in 1805. Rebuilt in 1806 by architect Rudolphe Cabanel (who went on to design what is now the Old ...

Building, Theatre

1 memorial