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BRITAIN meets Mr Punch! - Britain Magazine | The official magazine of Visit Britain | Best of British History, Royal Family,Travel and Culture
In this, Mr Punch’s 350th birthday year, Professor Glyn Edwards tells us about the show’s origins and explains why this iconic British seaside symbol remains as popular as ever today Professor Glyn Edwards’ first memories of...
Secret London: Davenports Magic Shop when I was a child in the 70's it was a great treat to visit this shop oposite the british museum-the man in there would play practical jokes,involving fake limbs etc. i would buy all sorts of tricks..and my father would have to put up with 'black face soap' and 'klondyke blizzard' (floating 'snow' that emerged from his cigarette smoke) as well as stink bombs and small explosions..I suspect his memories are not so fond.
The Blind Beggar - Whitechapel opposite The London Hospital.The darkest piece of Blind Beggar pub history is that this is also the pub where Ronnie Kray, a notorious East End gangster (along with his twin brother Reggie) walked into the bar and shot a man in cold blood in front of the shocked patrons.