Poetry themed places

The capital of England has always lured poets to distraction for it's rich variety of humanity. Poets unite.


Home of Beat Poet Royston Ellis
1. Home of Beat Poet Royston Ellis
The Ian Dury Bench
2. The Ian Dury Bench
George Best lived here
3. George Best lived here
Thomas B Macaulay lived here
4. Thomas B Macaulay lived here
Will's Coffee House
5. Will's Coffee House
Ernest Dowson Died Here
6. Ernest Dowson Died Here
Samuel Beckett lived here
7. Samuel Beckett lived here
A Bit Of Byron...
8. A Bit Of Byron...
Poet Leigh Hunt lived here
9. Poet Leigh Hunt lived here
Where Oscar Wilde was arrested
10. Where Oscar Wilde was arrested


11. Sutcliffe and Holmes Big Stand @ Leyton County Ground, High Road, Leyton
12. William Blake lived here. @ 28 Poland Street, London
13. Tennyson and Townshend @ Chapel House, Montpelier Row, Twickenham
14. Poet Dylan Thomas lived here @ 5 Redcliffe Street, Earls Court
15. Poet Helena Mott @ 115 Maze Hill, Greenwich, London
16. Siegfried Sassoon lived here @ 23 Campden Hill Square
17. The Poets Circle @ The British Library, St Pancras, London
18. Keats House @ Keats Grove, Hampstead, London
19. The Wheatsheaf @ 25 Rathbone Place
20. Irish poet WB Yeats Lived here @ 5 Woburn Walk, Bloomsbury, London
21. Betjeman's Window Painting @ 43 Cloth Fair, Barbican
22. Chaucer Lived Over the Aldgate @ 2 Aldgate High Street, London
23. Poet Stevie Smith's House @ 1 Avondale Road, Palmers Green
24. Dylan Thomas' House of Horror @ 54 Delancey Street, Camden
25. Samuel Coleridge Died Here @ 3 The Grove, Highgate, London
26. Home of poet Robert Browning @ 19 Warwick Crescent, Paddington, London
27. Ben Jonson is Still Standing @ Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London

RSS logo