Person    | Male  Born 1837  Died 1919

Sir Charles Wyndham

Categories: Theatre

born Charles Culverwell at Liverpool. Qualified as a doctor. Actor and manager.

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Sir Charles Wyndham

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Queen's Theatre - Long Acre

Queen's Theatre The old Queen's Theatre occupied this site for just eleven y...

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Sir Charles Wyndham

Greater London Council Sir Charles Wyndham, 1837 - 1919, actor-manager, live...

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The Round Table

Round Table The neighbourhood of St. Martins Lane was, in the middle of the ...

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Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham's Theatre was built for Mary Moore and Charles Wyndham in 1899. Arch...

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