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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
23rd March 1933 Born today: Geoffrey Leigh, CEO (Allied London Properties)
23rd March 1905 Born today: Ralph Perring, Lord Mayor (London)
23rd March 1889 The free Woolwich ferry service was launched by Sir Joseph Bazalgette.
23rd March 1861 London's 1st tramcars, designed by Mr Train of NY, begins operating
23rd March 1743 George Frideric Handel's oratorio Messiah premieres in London
23rd March 1729 Celebrated satirical painter William Hogarth married Jane Thornhill, daughter of artist Sir James Thornhill.
A Sunbeam of a Venue
An ideal location for a glamorous of well, whatever
Location: 79 Barlby Road, City of London, W10 6AZ
Description: Since its former days as the Sunbeam-Talbot Automobile showroom dating from 1903, modern elements have been introduced to this Grade II listed building to cater for the demanding photographic industry and is now available for exclusive events - 'Sunbeam Studios'.
Primarily a photo and film studio specialising in high end fashion shoots and celebrity portraiture, Sunbeam is an exclusive event space featuring a 25 x 20ft Infinity Wall ideal for audio-visual displays.
Ladbroke Hall, the building in which Sunbeam resides, has a unique character stemming from its Edwardian legacy as the Grade II listed former Sunbeam-Talbot Automobile Works. The building is situated near to Ladbroke Grove and Portobello Market in North Kensington, West London.
Go have a look if you need to make something rather more special than you would otherwise!