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DANCER, QUEEN ANNE PUBLIC HOUSE, VAUXHALL WALK, VAUXHALL

A dancer posing at the Queen Anne public house in Vauxhall Walk. London's most historic strippers' pub began providing adult entertainment in 1959 when the landlord George Lever had a dancer perform on stage each Friday and Saturday night. From 1982 it has been run by Denise D'Courtenay who introduced pole dancing in the 1990s and has a rota of 25 women dancing each week. The Queen Anne celebrated its 50th anniversary as a venue in 2009.Digital image by kind permission of Enzo Peccinotti. No commercial reproduction without the prior consent of the photographer. Please contact Lambeth Archives.Ref: D98/17

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Collection:Enzo Peccinotti Photographer
Image type:Digital
Artist:Peccinotti
Ref:09794
Original ref:D98/17
Date:1997

1976 to dateDigitalENTERTAINMENTEnzo Peccinotti PhotographerFOOD AND DRINKINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESPeopleVAUXHALL

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