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Authors
David Brown

H G Wells in Camden

Background Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) is now most famous for his novels, but he was also a very influential character in his time.  He also

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Camden
Jeffrey Prior

Punk Rock in Camden Town

Many locations in London can lay claim to being central to the birth and history of British Punk Rock. Did this musical and cultural earthquake,

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Entertainment
Paul Guest

The Bedford Theatre – Old and New

Music Halls: Between Coffee Houses and Cinemas Music halls derived partly from the 17th- and 18th-century coffee houses but more directly from entertainment in saloon

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Title page of The History of Mary Prince
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Richard Cohen

Mary Prince

Why  is there a plaque honouring Mary Prince on the walls of SenateHouse?  Camden Guide Richard Cohen tells her story. Video made by Camden Tour

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Picture of Sarah Parker Remond taken in 1865
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Shirley Fortune

An Abolitionist in Bedford Square

An Abolitionist in Bedford Square.  Camden Guide Shirley Fortune tells the story of Sarah Parker Remond.  Video made by Camden Tour Guides with the support

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Blue Plaque for Dr Harold Moody outside YMCA
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Shirley Fortune

Dr Harold Moody

Why is there a plaque to Dr Harold Moody outside the London CentralYMCA?   Camden Guide Shirley Fortune tells the story of his achievements.   Video made by Camden Tour Guides

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Picture of Bagnigge Wells Pleasure Garden
Entertainment
David Brown

Camden’s Pleasure Gardens

The Growth of Pleasure and Tea Gardens For centuries people resident in London (mostly inside the old walls of the City) who wanted recreation would

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