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Carry On in London Tour
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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

15th December 1984 Only Fools and Horses actor Lennard Pearce (Grandad) died in Whittington Hospital, London.

15th December 1969 Plastic Ono Band, play their only concert at London's Lyceum Ballroom

15th December 1965 D Heneker and J Taylor's musical Charlie Girl, premieres in London

15th December 1964 Comedian Paul Kaye (Dennis Pennis) born in Clapham, London.

15th December 1942 Born today: Dave Clark, London England, rock drummer (Dave Clark 5-Glad All Over)

15th December 1899 Born today: Frank Vosper, London England, actor (Man Who Knew Too Much)

Top Boxing-related places to visit in London.



London and especially the East End has always been one of the great centres of world boxing, and continues to have some of the great gyms and trainers and boxing centres in the UK. Check out some of the stories behind legendary London boxers.

TOP 10 BOXING RELATED SIGHTS IN LONDON:

MORE BOXING SIGHTS:

11. Cafe Royal @ 68 Regent Street
12. Sir Henry Cooper Trained Here @ 320 Old Kent Road, Walworth
13. The Boxer in the Iron Mask @ 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London
14. The Jew Boxer lived here @ 3 Paradise Row, Bethnal Green, London
15. Boxer James Burke died here @ Mepham Street, Waterloo