Building    From 1976 

Rotherhithe Picture Research Library

An educational charity, opened as part of Sands Films Studio, and situated in the same Grade II listed building. The library is home to thousands of old photographs, postcards and magazines. Pictures are classified by themes, countries and historical periods, to enable researchers to find what they are looking for. The library is open to the public every weekday from 10am until 4pm with free entry.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Rotherhithe Picture Research Library

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Jessica Tandy

Jessica Tandy

Actor. Born Jessie Alice Tandy in Upper Clapton. She appeared in over 100 stage productions and more than 60 roles in film and TV. In 1940, on the break-up of her marriage to actor Jack Hawkins, sh...

Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio, USA

1 memorial
Coronet Cinema - Camberwell

Coronet Cinema - Camberwell

Opened in 1913, as Camberwell Central Cinema, it suffered bomb damage but was reopened in 1945. It closed in 1948 and was being used for storage when a bad fire in 1957 prompted the decision to dem...

Building, Cinema

1 memorial
Benny Hill

Benny Hill

Comedian and actor. Born Alfred Hawthorne Hill in Southampton. In his teens he worked as a milkman, an experience which he later put to good use in his hit song 'Ernie - The Fastest Milkman in the ...

Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio

3 memorials
J. Arthur Rank

J. Arthur Rank

Flour miller and film-maker. Born Joseph Arthur Rank at Chestnut Villas, Holderness Road, Drypool, Kingston upon Hull. He worked for many years in his (very wealthy) father's flour milling business...

Person, Cinema, Industry

1 memorial
The Flicker Club

The Flicker Club

A 'boutique' cinema club based in Stoke Newington that specialises in showing films adapted from short stories or novels. It invites surprise special guests from the worlds of entertainment and lit...

Group, Cinema

2 memorials