Group    From 1960  To 1970

The Beatles

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
The Beatles

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Brian Epstein - W1

The period that Epstein and his company, NEMS, occupied these offices was fro...

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Brian Epstein - WC2

Unveiled by Cilla Black. The Cerynitis or Golden Hind originates in Greek ...

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HMV store

Chosen as the featured memorial in December 2004, for lots of reasons. Firstl...

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Last Beatles' concert

Note that that, though blue, this is not an English Heritage plaque. At Beatl...

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Laurence Corner Army Surplus

Laurence Corner On this site was the famous chic Army Surplus store, which sa...

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Other Subjects

Louise “Little Lou” Cattell

Louise “Little Lou” Cattell

Musician and promoter.  Died aged 21 after taking the drug ketamine.  The picture source provides a lot of information about Louise and about the dangers of ketamine.

Person, Music / songs, Tragedy

1 memorial
Bill Owen, MBE

Bill Owen, MBE

Actor, songwriter. Born London.  Wrote that Cliff Richard hit 'Marianne'. Played Compo in 'Last of the Summer Wine'. Died Westminster.

Person, Humour, Music / songs, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

Guitarist and songwriter.  Born Washington, USA. View from the Mirror has done a wonderful job plotting Hendrix's London, with lots of pictures including ones we had not seen before taken on the da...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, USA

3 memorials
Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt

Hungarian composer and pianist. First visited London in 1826. During 1840 - 41 he toured extensively in Europe including England and visited London a number of times.

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Hungary

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