Hit a wall? We have an extensive library of
Soho-centric books not to be sniffed at. "Westminster Archives." List available on request.
Photographs from our Illustrated Talk "Remembering Revudeville" in association with, Westminster Reference Library.
Next year "The French House" Celebrates 100 Years in Dean Street, Soho.
Soho was celebrated as the violin making centre of the British Isles, and Wardour Street was the headquarters.
Is there no competition to the Stradivarius? How did the oboe get its name? And since when have ladies been allowed to play the flute?
MK&G Hamburg have created a free iPhone App "Ingenious Instruments"
We contributed to the recent "Time Out" Soho special.
SOHO:then and now
In what would sadly turn out to be one of his Iast interviews, Sebastian Horsley talks to Nigel Robinson over a nice pot of tea at Maison Bertaux.
Contributors to our blog are welcome.
Pamela Jennings (1964–2012), known as Soho Pam, was a homeless woman who became well known in the London district of Soho.