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Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

Categories: Music / songs, Theatre

This organisation seems to incorporate the Theatre and Film Guild of Great Britain and America. Wikipedia gives an overview of this charity's activities.

2023: the Guild let us know that "we have now closed down our old website, in preparation for a new one, that is currently being finalised." And they sent us this logo.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

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Austin Rudd

Austin Rudd (1868 - 1929) music hall artiste, lived here. The Music Hall Guil...

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Edmund Payne

Edmund Payne (1863 - 1914) actor & comedian, lived here. The Theatre and ...

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Herbert Campbell

Herbert Campbell (1844 - 1904) comedian, lived here. The Music Hall Guild of ...

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Hetty King

Music hall artiste Hetty King (1883 - 1972) lived here. The Music Hall Guild ...

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Ida Lupino

Ida Lupino (1918 - 1995) actress and film director, born here. The Theatre an...

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Keith Richards

Keith Richards

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Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

2 memorials
Lonnie Donegan

Lonnie Donegan

Singer and songwriter. Born as Anthony James Donegan in Bridgetown, Glasgow. He was at the forefront of the skiffle craze in the 1950s, and had big hits with 'Rock Island Line', 'Cumberland Gap' an...

Person, Music / songs, Scotland

1 memorial
La Gioconda / Giaconda

La Gioconda / Giaconda

Back in the 1960s this was the place where would-be future pop icons hung out.  We've found references to: Marc Bolan, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, Donovan, Small Faces, Elton John, Jimi Hendrix,...

Group, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Music / songs

1 memorial
Sex Pistols

Sex Pistols

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Group, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Jim Connell

Jim Connell

Political activist. Born in Rathniska, near Kilskyre, County Meath. As a teenager he joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood and signed the Fenian Oath. He moved to London in 1875 and worked on Kei...

Person, Music / songs, Politics & Administration, Ireland

1 memorial