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.
This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK London Post Office suburban Directory in 1919; it lists an alphabetical listing of these Public Houses in London, the Publicans and also has links to the relevant Public House page listing of the Licensees, Bar persons and Boarders and Lodgers etc. All information on these pages comes from London census, Post Office and Kelly Directory, plus any information and pictures supplied by You.
Yacht Tavern, Mrs. Emily Turner, Crane
street, Greenwich SE10
Ye Old Roebuck Tavern, Charles Freeman, 48 High street, Lewisham SE13
Ye Olde Cherrie Tree & Railway Hotel, Frank Ede, 31 Grove vale, East Dulwich SE22
Ye Olde Gipsy House, Fentum & Palmer,69 Gipsy road, West Norwood SE27
Ye Olde White Horse, Edward Sewell, 261 Brixton road SW9
Ye Plough Hotel, George Thomas Belsher, 89 & 91 St. John's hill, Battersea SW11
York Tavern, Richard Balshaw, 347 York road, Battersea SW11
Yorkshire Grey, Peter Fitzpatrick, 34 Blackheath hill, Greenwich SE10