Person    | Female  Born 1844  Died 1923

Sarah Bernhardt

Categories: Seriously Famous, Theatre

Countries: France

born in Paris in 1844. Oscar Wilde wrote Salome for her. Died 1923.

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Sarah Bernhardt

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Wong Kei Restaurant - Sarah Bernhardt

Sarah Bernhardt laid the foundation stone of this building 1904.

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Theatre Royal Stratford East

Theatre Royal Stratford East

designed by architect James George Buckle in 1884. From WW1 onwards it endured periods of closure until Joan LIttlewood arrived with her Theatre Workshop Company in 1953. The image shows the theatr...

Group, Theatre

1 memorial
People's Palace

People's Palace

Proposed by Walter Besant the first People's Palace was built on 5 acres of land on the Mile End Road, starting with the Queen's Hall, opened in 1887. By 1892 a library, swimming pool, gym and wint...

Building, Education, Sport / Games, Theatre

3 memorials
National Theatre

National Theatre

First proposed in 1848, the gestation of the NT is complex (see the NT's own site). The first site for the NT was acquired in 1913, immediately behind the British Museum, at the corner of Gower Str...

Building, Theatre

4 memorials
Jessie Matthews, OBE

Jessie Matthews, OBE

Actor, singer and dancer. Born into a large family in Berwick Street.  Made her name in theatre and in the 30's was Britain's favourite musical film star.  Post-war her career flagged but in 1963 s...

Person, Cinema, Dance, Music / songs, Theatre, TV & Radio

2 memorials
Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Actor. Born Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor of American parents at Heathwood, 8 Wildwood Road, Hampstead. Fearing the outbreak of war, her family moved to America in 1939. She was seen as a potential fil...

Person, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Theatre

1 memorial