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Born and died in London.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Sir Arthur Pinero
Greater London Council Sir Arthur Pinero, 1855 - 1934, playwright, lived her...
Actor, theatre manager and writer of pantomimes and plays. Among his most successful pantomimes were 'Old Cocker' and 'Riddle me Riddle me Ree'. His father was Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Lee. The ...
Artistic venue. Originally a warehouse, it was taken over by the Triumph Film Company in 1933, and then acquired by BBC Television in 1954. Several episodes of 'Hancock's Half Hour' and 'Doctor Who...
Building, Cinema, Theatre
Welsh dramatist and actor. Born Flintshire, North Wales. Died at home, Flat 3, 123 Dovehouse Street.
Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio, Wales
This, the second English purpose-built playhouse was erected very close to the first, The Theatre, and run by the same man, Burbage. Not named for the modern drape on a proscenium arch, but for it...
Actor-manager and playwright. His father of the same name was also in show business. Often partnered Edmund Payne on stage (on Grossmith's right knee in this photo).