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Wigmore Hall, near Zizzi Restaurant, venue for Charles Dickens Talk 27th March

Wigmore Hall, near Talk venueWigmore HallNear Zizzi Restaurant in Wigmore Street, this famous Concert  Hall was built in the late 1800s and is acclaimed to have excellent accoustics, as well as intimate for the audiences, not being too large. Along with the Royal Albert Hall, this took some of the importance away from  St James's Hall (between Regent Street and Piccadilly), which was where Charles Dickens gave his farewell appearances in the months prior to his death, while living at 5 Hyde Park Place.

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ZOPO on 25 September 2012 07:39
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