Place    From 19/4/1958  To 2008

Marquee Club

First opened on 19 April 1958 at 165 Oxford Street and then in 1964 moved to 90 Wardour Street, where it stayed until 1988. It was at 105-107 Charing Cross Road (a former cinema) from August 1988 - December 1995. It moved quite often after that but seems to have closed for good in 2008. The picture source website is a great resource.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Marquee Club

Commemorated ati

Keith Moon

Unveiled by Roger Daltrey and Keith's mum.

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Montagu Pyke and The Marquee

The Montagu Pyke This is the site of the former 'Marquee Club' which closed i...

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Barry Mason

Barry Mason

Cycling activist. He was known for supporting community and environmental projects in Southwark. For a time he managed school building projects for Southwark Council, before becoming manager of Sur...

Person, Community / Clubs, Transport, Spain

1 memorial
Memorable Order of Tin Hats / MOTH

Memorable Order of Tin Hats / MOTH

Founded by Charles Evenden as a brotherhood of South African front-line ex-soldiers. The club-houses are known as shell-holes.

Group, Armed Forces, Community / Clubs, South Africa

1 memorial
Highbury View Tenants Association

Highbury View Tenants Association

There are lots of housing associations in Highbury, but we can't find any specific information about a group with this name. The building on which the plaque is erected is occupied by a sheltered h...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial