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We hope that you will find something of interest here


The famous painting P O P U L A R I T Y  by Walter Hibbert Lambert, courtesy of The Museum of London.



We are a theatre charity, devoted to commemorating the great stars of

Music Hall, Musical Comedy, Theatre, Variety, Vaudeville and Pantomime.


Our work focuses on research as well as caring for, restoring and preserving the final resting places of music hall and theatre artistes' and erecting commemorative blue plaques to acknowledge their contribution to our collective cultural heritage.  


Theatre productions, exhibitions, reminiscense projects and the collecting of  music hall/theatre memorabilia also play an important part of our work.


Throughout the year, we restore the memorials of Music Hall and Theatre artistes and bring  them back to their former glory and where a memorial has been removed or for whatever reason has fallen into disrepair,  we set about raising funds to erect a new memorial in which to keep their memory and legacy alive.


RESEARCH is constantly in motion to help build up our comprehensive database for students, descendants, theatre historians or anyone interested in the arts.


We are always grateful for donations of THEATRE MEMORABILIA AND EPHEMERA to help add to our extensive Music Hall Archive. 




To find out more what we have recently been up to, click on the NEWS in the top header.    


Visit our ever growing online  DATABASE and discover more about the great stars of  Music Hall, Vaudeville, Variety, Musical Comedy, Theatre and Pantomime.

The RESTING page allows you to pay your respects to music hall artistes, whose contribution to the world of entertainment must never be forgotten.


To see our latest memorial conservation work, please click on RESTORATION