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QUEEN ANNE PUBLIC HOUSE LANDLADY, VAUXHALL WALK, VAUXHALL

Denise D'Courtenay, landlady of the Queen Anne public house in Vauxhall Walk, posing on a pool table. 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. Denise, originally a business woman from Kingston, began as a barmaid here in 1979 before becoming the publican when George retired in 1982. She introduced pole dancing in the 1990s and the venue is particularly popular for birthdays, stag nights and parties, attracting clientele from all walks of life. 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: D98/12

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Collection:Enzo Peccinotti Photographer
Image type:Digital
Artist:Peccinotti
Ref:09792
Original ref:D98/12
Date:1997

1976 to dateDigitalEnzo Peccinotti PhotographerFOOD AND DRINKINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESPeopleVAUXHALL

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