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London's gay community is centred on Old Compton Street in Soho. Soho's reputation as a major entertainment district of London stems from theatres such as the Windmill Theatre on Great Windmill Street and the Raymond Revuebar owned by entrepreneur Paul Raymond , and music clubs such as the 2i's Coffee Bar and the Marquee Club.
Trident Studios was based in Soho, and the nearby Denmark Street has hosted numerous music publishing houses and instrument shops from the 20th century onwards. The area has been popular for restaurants since the 19th century, including the long-standing Kettner's which was visited by numerous celebrities.
The name "Soho" first appears in the 17th century. The name may possibly derive from a former hunting cry. Soho is about 1 square mile 2. The area south of what is now Shaftesbury Avenue did not stay in the Crown possession for long; Queen Mary sold around 7 acres 2. A small 2-acre 0. He was granted permission to develop property and quickly passed the lease and development to bricklayer Richard Frith. Soho was part of the ancient parish of St Martin in the Fields , forming part of the Liberty of Westminster.
As the population started to grow a new church was provided and in a new parish of St Anne was established for it. The parish stretched from Oxford Street in the north to Leicester Square in the south and from what is now Charing Cross Road in the east to Wardour Street in the west. It, therefore, included all of contemporary eastern Soho, including the Chinatown area.
Soho Square was first laid out in the s on the former Soho Fields. Firth built the first houses around the square, and by , 41 had been completed. It was originally called King Square in honour of Charles II, and a statue of him was based in the centre. Though the Earls of Leicester and Portland had intended Soho to be an upper-class estate comparable to Bloomsbury , Marylebone and Mayfair , it never developed as such.
Immigrants began to settle in the area from around onwards, particularly French Huguenots after The area became known as London's French quarter. A significant event in the history of epidemiology and public health was Dr. John Snow 's study of an outbreak of cholera in Soho.
He identified the cause of the outbreak as water from the public pump at the junction of Broad Street now Broadwick Street and Cambridge Street now Lexington Street , close to the rear wall of what is today the John Snow public house. Snow mapped the addresses of the sick and noted that they were mostly people whose nearest access to water was the Broad Street pump.
He persuaded the authorities to remove the handle of the pump, thus preventing any more of the infected water from being collected. The spring below the pump was later found to have been contaminated with sewage. This is an early example of epidemiology , public health medicine and the application of science—the germ theory of disease —in a real-life crisis.
By the midth century, the aristocrats who had been living in Soho Square or Gerrard Street had moved away, as more fashionable areas such as Mayfair became available. The aristocracy had mostly disappeared from Soho by the 19th century, to be replaced by prostitutes, music halls and small theatres.
The population increased significantly, reaching inhabitants per acre by , making the area one of the most densely populated areas of London. Houses became divided into tenements with chronic overcrowding and disease. The cholera outbreak caused the remaining upper-class families to leave the area.
Numerous hospitals were built to cope with the health problem; six were constructed between and The restaurant trade in Soho improved dramatically in the early 20th century. The construction of new theatres along Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road improved the reputation of the area, and a meal for theatre-goers became common.
Since the decline of the sex industry in Soho in the s, the area has returned to being more residential. The Soho Housing Association was established in to provide reasonable rented accommodation. By the 21st century, it had acquired around flats. On 30 April , the Admiral Duncan pub on Old Compton Street, which serves the gay community, was damaged by a nail bomb that left three dead and 30 injured.
The bomb was the third that had been planted by David Copeland , a neo-Nazi who was attempting to stir up ethnic and homophobic tensions by carrying out a series of bombings. Soho is near the heart of London's theatre area.
It is home to Soho Theatre , built in to present new plays and comedy. The Windmill Theatre was based on Great Windmill Street, and was named after a windmill at this location that was demolished in the 18th century. It initially opened as the Palais de Luxe in as a small cinema, but was unable to compete with larger venues and was converted into a theatre by Howard Jones. It re-opened in December , but was still unsuccessful.
In , the general manager Vivian Van Damm introduced a non-stop variety show throughout the afternoon and evening. It was famous for its nude tableaux vivants , in which the models had to remain motionless to avoid the censorship laws then in place. The theatre claimed that, aside from a compulsory closure between 4 and 16 September , it was the only theatre in London which did not close during World War II, leading to the slogan "We never closed".
It closed on 31 October and was again turned into a cinema. The Raymond Revuebar at No. It was owned by Paul Raymond and opened in The facade supported a brightly lit sign declaring it to be the "World Centre of Erotic Entertainment. The theatre suffered financial difficulties owing to increasing rent, leading to its closure in Soho is a centre of the independent film and video industry as well as the television and film post-production industry.
White Lightning also opened a third studio at 16 Dufours Place, called Space Facilities, in late , but it closed the same year The Bridge was sold. Many small and easily affordable restaurants and cafes were established in Soho during the 19th century, particularly as a result of Greek and Italian immigration. The restaurants were not looked upon favourably at first, but their reputation changed at the start of the 20th century.
In , a guide reported "of late years, the inexpensive restaurants of Soho have enjoyed an extraordinary vogue. It was frequently visited by Albert, Prince of Wales where he is alleged to have dined with his mistress, Lillie Langtry and Oscar Wilde. The restaurant survived both World Wars without incident, and was regularly visited by Agatha Christie and Bing Crosby.
In the 20th century, several Soho pubs and private members clubs gained notoriety for both their proprietors and clientele. The Groucho or Blacks". The Gargoyle Club opened at 69 Dean Street in In May the Gargoyle's uppermost room started hosting a weekly club-night on Saturdays called the Comedy Store , which made the reputations of many of the UK's upcoming " alternative comedians ". During the s the building at 69 Dean Street housed another nightspot in its cellars, initially known as Billy's and run by Soho's only Jamaican club owner, Vince Howard.
Gerrard Street is the centre of London's Chinatown , and along with Lisle Street and Little Newport Street, house a mix of import companies, oriental food shops and restaurants. Street festivals are held throughout the year, particularly on the Chinese New Year. Since May it has been streaming live and pre-recorded programming from its premises, which also function as a retail space and coffee shop.
In , it was voted the world's best radio station at Mixcloud 's Online Radio Awards. Soho is home to numerous religious and spiritual groups. An additional tower was built in by Talman and reconstructed in In , John Betjeman campaigned to save the building. The music scene in Soho can be traced back to and Club Eleven , generally regarded as the first venue where modern jazz, or bebop , was performed in the UK. It closed in following a drugs raid.
It was renamed the London Blues and Barrelhouse Club in the late s, and closed in In the early s, Soho became the centre of the beatnik culture in London. The first coffee bar to open was Moka at No. It was formally opened in by the film star Gina Lollobrigida , and the frothed coffee produced from stainless steel machines was pioneering in British culture. For the rest of the week, it operated as an illegal gambling den.
Pink Floyd played at the club at the beginning of their career. The 2i's Coffee Bar was one of the first rock clubs in Europe. It initially opened on No. Soho's Wardour Street was the home of the Marquee Club , which opened in It became immediately successful after The Beatles decided to record several tracks on The White Album there, as the facilities were better than Abbey Road studios.
Queen were originally managed by the Sheffields, and recorded their first four albums and filmed the video for Bohemian Rhapsody at Trident. It closed as a general-purpose recording studio in , but has since reopened in various guises, including providing sound and mixing services for television.
Although technically not part of Soho, the adjacent Denmark Street is known for its connections with British popular music , and is nicknamed the British Tin Pan Alley due to its large concentration of shops selling musical instruments.
The Soho area has been at the heart of London's sex industry for more than years; between and , 21 Soho Square was location of the White House, a brothel described by the magistrate Henry Mayhew as "a notorious place of ill-fame". Both were eventually arrested and imprisoned; Manning died midway through a three-year sentence in Photographers also visited Soho in the hope of being able to blackmail people caught in the act of visiting prostitutes.
The model Pamela Green prompted him to take up nude photography, and she remained the creative force in their business. By the s, the sex shops had grown from the handful opened by Carl Slack in the early s. From to , Soho had 54 sex shops, 39 sex cinemas and cinema clubs, 16 strip and peep shows, 11 sex-orientated clubs and 12 licensed massage parlours. The vice squad at the time suffered from police officers enforcing against organised crime in the area, while simultaneously accepting bribes.
This changed following the appointment of Robert Mark as chief constable, who began to crack down on corruption. This led to a series of corruption trials in , following which several senior police officers were imprisoned. By the s, purges of the police force along with pressure from the Soho Society and new and tighter licensing controls by the City of Westminster led to a crackdown on illegal premises.
The number of sex industry premises dropped from in to around 30 in The property had previously been owned by the naturalist and botanist Sir Joseph Banks. It moved to Westmoreland Street in , and then to Fulham Road in In July , Soho was reported to be the unhealthiest place to live in Britain. Researchers from the University of Liverpool found that the area had the greatest access to takeaways, pubs and off-licences and these were combined with high levels of air pollution and low levels of parks and green spaces.
It has held a street market since the early 18th century, which has been formally organised since Carnaby Street was laid out in the late 17th century. It was named after Karnaby House, built on the street's eastern side in It was a popular residence for Huguenots at first, before becoming populated by shops in the 19th century.
In , a fashion boutique was opened, and Carnaby Street became the fashion centre of s Swinging London , although it quickly became known for poor quality " kitsch " products. D'Arblay Street was laid out between and It was originally known as Portland Street after William Bentinck, 2nd Duke of Portland and given its current named in in commemoration of Frances Burney , Lady D'Arblay, who had lived in the street.
The George public house at No. Several of the original houses have survived into the 21st century. Dean Street was built in the s and was originally settled by French immigrants. Karl Marx lived at No. Frith Street was named after Richard Frith, a local builder. It was a popular aristocratic residence, although without as many foreign residents as some other streets.
A plaque above the stage door of the Prince Edward Theatre identifies the site where Mozart lived as a child between and ' John Logie Baird first demonstrated television in his laboratory at No 22 in The premises is now the location of Bar Italia.
Greek Street was first laid out around and was named after a nearby Greek church. Josiah Wedgwood ran his main pottery warehouse and showrooms at Nos. The street now mostly contains restaurants, and several historical buildings from the early 18th century are still standing. The initial development contained a large house belonging to the Earl of Devonshire , which was subsequently occupied by Charles Montagu, 4th Earl of Manchester , Baron Wharton and Richard Lumley, 1st Earl of Scarbrough.
Several foreign restaurants had become established on Gerrard Street by the end of the 19th century, including the Hotel des Etrangers and the Mont Blanc. Scott kept 39 Gerrard Street open for up and coming British Jazz musicians referred to as 'the Old Place' until the lease ran out in It was one of the most notorious clubs in Soho, run as a cover for organised crime and illegal after-hours selling of alcohol and following a police investigation, the owner Kate Meyrick was jailed in By , the street had become the centre of London's Chinatown , and it became pedestrianised and decorated with a Chinese gateway and lanterns.
It continues to host numerous Chinese restaurants and shops into the 21st century. Golden Square is a garden square to the southwest of Soho. Built over land formerly used for grazing, its name is a corruption of gelding. Building began in and it was complete by the early 18th century. By the midth century, the aristocracy had moved west towards Mayfair , and a number of foreign embassies were established around the square.
In the 19th century, it became a popular residence for local musicians and instrument makers, while by the 20th it had become an established centre of woollen merchants. Great Marlborough Street was first laid out in the early 18th century, and named after the military commander John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough.
The street was initially fashionable and was home to numerous peers. The Rolling Stones ' Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were tried for drugs possession at the court in , with fellow band member Brian Jones being similarly charged a year later. Great Windmill Street [a] was named after a 17th-century windmill on this location. The Scottish anatomist William Hunter opened his anatomical theatre at No.
It continued to be used for anatomical lectures until Old Compton Street is named after the Bishop of London Henry Compton , and was first laid out in the s, fully developed by During the late 18th and 19th centuries, it became a popular meeting place for French exiles. The street was the birthplace of Europe's rock club circuit 2i's club  and contained the first adult cinema in England The Compton Cinema Club.
Dougie Millings , who was the famous tailor for The Beatles , had his first shop at 63 Old Compton Street, which opened in Poland Street was named for the King of Poland pub which stood at one end. It was destroyed by a bomb in Henry Howard, 6th Earl of Suffolk lived at No. James Infirmary. It began to be built up in the s and was named after local landowner Edward Wardour.
Most of the original houses were rebuilt in the 18th century, and the street became known for antiques and furniture dealers. Several music publishers were established along Wardour Street in the early 20th century, including Novello and Co at Nos. It subsequently became a haven for the Goth subculture before closing in In fiction, Robert Louis Stevenson had Dr.
Edgar Wright's psychological horror film Last Night in Soho is set in the area. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. District in London, England. This article is about an area of London. For other uses, see Soho disambiguation. Human settlement in England.
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