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If you fancy an amazing 'free' evening of entertainment over the Easter weekend, there are three performances of the Passion Play in Hornchurch, alongside the Queens Theatre. The passion Play has been enacted for the past twenty years, about every five years, and is a very professional performance, poignant and free. If you can make it, it is a very moving piece of theatre, of the last few days of Jesus, and his resurrection. The play starts about 7.30 on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday. There is ample parking in the Queens Theatre, and Sainsbury car parks, both are very close to the performances.

The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - B2.

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Bedford, Thomas Rushen, 218 Victoria Park Road NE
Bedford Arms, William Baker, 269 East Street, Walworth SE
Bedford Arms, Jessie John Gomm, 13 South Street, Marylebone W
Bedford Arms, John George Macartney, 22 Bedford Street, Commercial Road East E
Bedford Arms, William Alfred Pearson, 1 Sandland Street Bedford Arms, WC
Bedford Arms, Henry Edward Reed, 9 Pont Street, Belgrave Square SW
Bedford Head, James Crouch & Co., 235 & 236 Tottenham Court Road W
Bedford Head Hotel, George Henry Thurston, 41 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden WC
Bedford Tavern, Upperton & Co., 154 Seven Sisters Road N
Beehive, Frederick Daniel Bailey, 62 Carter Street, Walworth SE
Beehive, William John Brown, 159 Walmer Road W
Beehive, Philip Thomas Cook, 21 Warner Street, New Kent Road SE
Beehive, William Thomas Green, 80 Empson Street, Bromley E
Beehive, John Hoffman, 71 Christian Street E
Beehive, Ernest Henry Moseley, 62 New North Road N
Beehive, Horace Byron Rickett, 36 Holly Street, Dalston NE
Beehive, Thomas Sturdy, 126 Crawford Street W
Beehive, Frank Sweeting, 128 Coburg Road, Old Kent Road SE
Beehive, Bernard Watson, Eden Grove, Holloway N
Belgrave, Harry Bird, 63 Abbey Road NW
Belgrave, George Gosheron, 141 Ebury Street SW
Belgrave Arms, Albert Arthur Argent, 37 Queen’s Road, Dalston NE
Belinda Castle, George Popham, 107 Halton Road N
Bell, Samuel Bass, 40 Brick Lane, Whitechapel E
Bell, Robert Bishop, 4 Borough Market SE
Bell, Mrs. Ellen Daniel, 29 Bush Lane, Cannon Street EC
Bell, Mrs. Amelia Hankin, 15 Dean Street, Commercial Road East E
Bell, James Harrington, 21 Pall Mall SW
Bell, Symon Jacobs, 136 & 137 Shoreditch High Street E
Bell, George Killbe, 12 St. Marychurch Street, Rotherhithe SE
Bell, Mrs. Clara Annie Langenscheid, 2 & 3 Church Row, Houndsditch E
Bell, William Pritchard Leech, 12 Basinghall Street EC
Bell, Mills Brothers, 259 Pentonville Road N
Bell, Richard James Moore, 5 & 6 Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street EC
Bell, William Cooper Robertson, 111 Lambeth Road SE
Bell, John Robinson, 15 Little Titchfield Street W
Bell, Mrs. Sarah Rose, Middlesex Street, Whitechapel E
Bell, William Shacklady,26 Felton Street, Hoxton N
Bell, Charles Smith, 3 Lower Thames Street EC
Bell Tavern, Josiah Cosnett, 116 St. George Street E
Bell Tavern, Thomas Leigh, 29 Friar Street, Blackfriars Road SE
Bell Tavern, James Mortimer, 11 Noble Street EC
Bell & Anchor, William James, 38 & 40 Hammersmith Road W
Bell & Horns, James W. Burgess, 2 Fulham Road SW
Bell Hotel & Tavern, Charles Richard Chapman, 61 Old Bailey EC
Bell & Mackerel, Benjamin J. Tucker, 333 Mile End Road E
Belmont, William Henry Cornell, 88 York Road N
Belsize Tavern, Jabez George Clarke, 1 Upper Belsize Terrace, Belsize Park, Hampstead NW
Belvidere Tavern, Joseph William Bower, 96 & 98 Pentonville Road N

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