Cato Street

Cato Street is a play by the British actor and writer Robert Shaw. The play's subject matter is the Cato Street Conspiracy of 1820. The play was first produced in London in November 1971, at the Young Vic, and the cast included Vanessa Redgrave, James Hazeldine, Bob Hoskins, George Innes,and Malcolm Tierney.

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List Of Blue Plaques - London/English Heritage Plaques - Organisations, Places, or Events
... Organisation, place, or event Description Address 1-3 Robert Street Site of house lived in by Robert Adam, Thomas Hood, John Galsworthy, J. 1-3 Robert Street, Adelphi Charing Cross, London WC2 14 Buckingham Street Site of house lived in by Samuel Pepys, Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford, William Etty and Clarkson ... Alexander, art collector and philanthropist Aubrey House, Aubrey Walk Holland Park, London W8 Bow Street Bow Street was formed about 1637 ...
Cato Street Conspiracy
... The Cato Street Conspiracy was an attempt to murder all the British cabinet ministers and Prime Minister Lord Liverpool in 1820 ... The Cato Street Conspiracy is notable due to dissenting public opinions regarding the punishment of the conspirators ...
William Davidson (conspirator) - Political Activism
... On the 23rd February the Cato Street Conspiracy met in a hayloft on Cato Street, near Grosvenor Square ... Eleven men were charged with involvement in the Cato Street Conspiracy ...

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