United Kingdom / London

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This plaque was unveiled in memory Lawrence Sheriff founder of Rugby School in 1567 and thus of Lawrence Sheriff School whose bequest of eight acres of pasture now known as The Rugby Estate continues to reflect the spirit of his charitable endowment.

Rugby Street, London, United Kingdom

On this site was "Freshfields" where Terence Cuneo CVO OBE RGI FGRA 1907-1996 illustrator and artist lived and died

205 Ember Lane, East Molesey, London, United Kingdom

Rosemary Stjernstedt 1912-1998 Architect senior grade 1 architect for Central Hill Estate

Central Hill Estate, Lambeth, London, United Kingdom

Donald Pleasence 1919-1995

11 Strand on the Green, Chiswick, London, United Kingdom

Roger Lloyd Pack 1944-2014 Actor lived here 1987-2014

56 Lady Somerset Road, London, United Kingdom

Sir Alec Guinness C.B.E. 1914-2000 Actor was born here

Lauderdale Mansions, Lauderdale Road, Maida Vale, London, United Kingdom

Nelly Power (1854-1887) actress & singer lived here

97 Southgate Road, Canonbury, London, United Kingdom

To commemorate the opening of BARNARDS WHARF This plaque was unveiled by Actor and Television Personality FRASER HINES on FRIDAY 10th JULY 1992

Barnards Wharf, London, United Kingdom

John Dee's House. This building, formerly the Queen's Head Inn, was built on the site of part of John Dee's house, library and laboratory

Mortlake, London, United Kingdom

Burt Kwouk OBE 1930-2016 Chinese actor lived here 1990-2016

Agamem­non Road, West Hampstead, London, United Kingdom

This was the site of the Society of West End Theatre half price ticket booth December 1980 - April 1992

Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom

Dr Reg Herschy 1926-2012 Reg's pioneering contribution to river flow management in the UK and internationally provided the foundation for modern river and water resources management. His leadership and expertise, together with an abiding commitment to data accuracy remain an inspiration for current and future hydrologists.

Teddington Lock, London, United Kingdom

Ela Klein 'prolific' gardener

Wimbush House, Westbury Road, Finchley, London, United Kingdom

Saifullah 'Sam' Zaman, a London-based DJ of Bengali heritage has been creating music as State Of Bengal for over two decades. He first rose to prominence off the back of a couple of tracks, Flight IC408 and Chittagong Chill on Tavlin Singh’s seminal ‘90s Asian Underground compilation Anokha. He's also gone global via a tour with Bjork and remixes for high profile artists like Massive Attack and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

18 Waterloo Road, E6 1AP, London, United Kingdom

Haroon Shamsher is the founder of pioneering collective Joi founded in the 80s with his brother Farook, whose father – a Bangladeshi immigrant – ran a traditional tape shop in London’s East End. The group’s initial aim was to fuse traditional Bengali music with the energetic funk attack of James Brown.

Brick Lane, London, United Kingdom

Emile Ford 1937-2016 singer, producer & sound scientist. He made his performing debut at the Buttery in 1957 and became the first black British male artist to have a No.1 hit and a million-seller

The Buttery, 10 Kensington Church St, Kensington, London, United Kingdom

Trident Studios. David Bowie (1947-2016) recorded many of his albums here, including Hunky Dory which marked the transition from rock to high concept and Ziggy Stardust.

Trident Studios, 17 St. Annes Court, London, United Kingdom

Sir Henry Bessemer

15 Northampton Square, Islington, London, United Kingdom


, London, United Kingdom

Charlie Paynter 1879-1970 lived here. West Ham United FC manager 1932-1950. Involved with the club and Thames Ironworks FC for more than 70 years

Ladysmith Avenue, Newham, London, United Kingdom

The Roxy, legendary punk club 1976-78

41-43 Neal Street, London, United Kingdom

Here fell PC Gary Toms 11 April 2009

Ashlin Road, E15, London, United Kingdom

Battersea Park 1864. 9th January 1864 site of the first match of association football

Battersea Park, London, United Kingdom

Major Allan H. Beckett MBE RE (1914-2005) lived here (1919-1939). His engineering designs made the Mulberry Harbour and the D-Day landings possible

Montpelier Gardens, London, United Kingdom

LEO Lyons Electronic Office the world's first business computer was built and operated near here by J Lyons & Co from November 1951

Lyons Walk, Hammersmith, W14 0QH, London, United Kingdom

Joe Strummer 1952-2002 musician wordsmith lived here 1978-79

33 Daventry Street, London, United Kingdom

The Parish Church of St. Giles porch and doorway. Relocated to its current site in the vicarage garden where it was used as a summer house after the church was accidentally burnt down o 7th February 1841

Southwark, London, United Kingdom

Professor Walter Hayman mathematician, fled Germany and has worked at Imperial College London since 1956

Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

Judith Kerr author, illustrator and creator of Mog and The Tiger That Came To Tea fled Germany to the UK in 1936

Judith Kerr Primary School, London, United Kingdom

Dame Stephanie Shirley 1939

Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, London, United Kingdom

Alek Wek 1991

Urswick School, London, United Kingdom

Rita Ora singer and actress fled the war in Kosovo and studied here after arriving in the UK in 1991

St Cuthbert with St Matthias Primary School, London, United Kingdom

The Trafalgar Way. Hammersmith

, London, United Kingdom

Jon Pertwee 1919-1996 actor, entertainer & Time Lord worked here

New Wimbledon Theatre, London, United Kingdom

Sidney Lewis 1903-1969 youngest British soldier First World War aged twelve lived here

934 Garratt Lane, Tooting, London, United Kingdom

Cedric Price architect and philosopher 1934-2003 worked here 1965-2002

Alfred Place, London, United Kingdom

Gregory Isaacs (1951-2010) died here

59 Weald Lane, Harrow, London, United Kingdom

In loving memory of Ava Gardner, 1922-1990. Carmen and Morgan

Gardens of Ennismore Gardens, London, United Kingdom

Boris Johnson 1964- Bojo, destroyer of cosmopolitan unity & passer of buck lives here

, London, United Kingdom

Young Charles Dickens twice lived in this house 1815-16 and 1828-31 a few doors from the Cleveland Street Workhouse

22 Cleveland Street, London, United Kingdom

Polar explorer Victor George Hayward

Connaught Road, Harlesdon, London, United Kingdom

The Magic Circle was founded on this site at Pinoli's Restaurant by twenty-three magicians on July 1st 1905

Morden & Lea, 17 Wardour St, Soho, London, United Kingdom

'Come Play With Me' Mary Millington

42–44 Great Windmill Street, London, United Kingdom

Here lived Sir Clive Sinclair inventor from 1982 to 1987

32 Donne Place, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom

Odeon Cinema stood here 1935 to 1962

51 The Bourne, Southgate, London, United Kingdom

The forerunner of the cinema, the Edison Kinetoscope Parlour opened in 1894

70 Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom

Location for cult classic Blow Up by Michelangelo Antonioni in 1966

Maryon Park, Charlton, London, United Kingdom

Palace Pictures home to the producers of The Company of Wolves, Mona Lisa, The Crying Game

34-35 Berwick Street, W1, London, United Kingdom

The Gate Cinema opened 1911

The Gate Cinema, Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom

Eugene Lauste (1857-1935) first person to record synchronised sound on film 1906

The Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, London, United Kingdom