Person    | Male  Born 1858  Died 16/3/1918

Sir George Alexander

Categories: Theatre

Actor-manager. Ran the St James's Theatre from about 1891 until his death in 1918.

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Sir George Alexander

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Sir George Alexander

London County Council Sir George Alexander, 1858 - 1918, actor manager, live...

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St James's Theatre - 3 reliefs

The four bas-relief panels by Edward Bainbridge Copnall depict the heads of G...

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St James's Theatre - SWET

Theatreland - heart of the performing arts in London. St James's Theatre O...

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Shakespeare Reading Society

Shakespeare Reading Society

Active in 1909 with Beerbohm Tree as President. 2018: Via Facebook Roger W. Haworth wrote to say that this organisation is active, with Judi Dench as President. We are pleased to hear that and sor...

Group, History, Theatre

1 memorial
Jimmy Winston

Jimmy Winston

Actor and musician. He was in the original line-up of Small Faces but left after a clash of personalities with the other group members. He went on to an acting career, appearing on stage in the mus...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Royal Victoria Music Hall

Royal Victoria Music Hall

A former concert hall adjacent to the Royal Victoria public house. Licensed until 1887, it was rebuilt in 1890 and continued in use until 1903. From 1910 to 1914 it operated as a cinema. Demolished...

Building, Cinema, Theatre

1 memorial
Edmund Payne

Edmund Payne

Actor, comedian and singer. Born in Hackney. He used his short stature and malleable features to create a popular comic persona. On stage he was often partnered by George Grossmith junior. See ther...

Person, Humour, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Victoria Palace Theatre

Victoria Palace Theatre

The first theatre on this site was built in 1832. The current one, designed by Frank Matcham, was erected in 1910. Our Picture source link no longer works and the current history page for the Vict...

Building, Theatre

2 memorials