Place    From 1893  To 10/5/1941

Queen's Hall

Categories: Music / songs

Opened in 1893, destroyed by the Luftwaffe on 10 May 1941.

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Queen's Hall

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Queen's Hall

City of Westminster The Queen's Hall, 1893 - 1941, site of Britain's leading...

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Judy Garland

Judy Garland

born Frances Ethel Gumm in Minnesota, USA. She came to London in 1951, and in 1957 for a season at the Dominion, and again in 1960. Her last visit was in 1968 to appear at the Talk of the Town (now...

Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, USA

1 memorial
Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong

Trumpeter. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Nicknamed 'Satchmo' (short for satchel mouth). Brought up in extreme poverty, his musical career started when he learned to play the cornet. He went on to...

Person, Music / songs, USA

1 memorial
Haroon Shamsher

Haroon Shamsher

Musician. Born in Bradford. His father was a Bangladeshi immigrant who ran a traditional tape shop in London’s East End. Haroon and his younger brother Farook, started the Joi Bangla Sound System i...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Fred Astaire

Fred Astaire

Dancer, singer, actor. Born and died America. Brother and sister, Frederick and Adele Austerlitz, started as children as vaudeville performers. Between 1917 and 1932 they appeared in musical shows ...

Person, Cinema, Dance, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, USA

1 memorial
Henry Purcell

Henry Purcell

Organist and composer. Born St Anne's Lane, Westminster. Died at home in Marsham Street.

Person, Music / songs

4 memorials