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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

29th April 2011 Prince William marries Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey.go to related location

29th April 1966 Spin-bowling Cricketer Phil Tufnell was born in Barnet, London.

29th April 1943 Noel Coward's Present Laughter, premieres in London

29th April 1923 Born today: Maxine Audley, London, actress (Peeping Tom, Ricochet, House of Cards)

29th April 1879 Born today: Thomas Beecham, England, composer (found London Philharmonic)

Bram Stoker lived here



Bram Stoker lived here

The auther of Dracula, Bram Stoker lived and wrote here.

Location: 18 St Leonards Terrace, Chelsea

Description: Dublin-born author Bram Stoker (1847-1912) settled in London after becoming the manager of celebrated actor Henry Irving.

He was living here in Chelsea when he came up with Dracula in 1897, one of the most influential horror novels ever written, after suffering nightmarish dreams from eating too much dressed crab.



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Bram Stoker lived here

The auther of Dracula, Bram Stoker lived and wrote here.


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