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Lilliput Hall

Date of photo: 1963

Picture source: Timothy Keane

The Lilliput Hall was situated on Old Jamaica Road.
Source: Terry Buck
This pub was present by 1881.  It closed in around 2000 and the premises are now being refurbished, I suspect for residential use.
Stephen Harris
 I used to go there when Bert Annabelle A pianist with Ted Heath used to have it. Safe to say it was Londons one of Londons first Jazz pubs. My last memory of it was Phil Seamen, the finest jazz drummer in the UK, borrowed my drum kit because he had been called to do the gig there unexpectedly. The other pub was The Ship in Long Lane, Southwark which had some good jazz nights. I remember listening to Roy Budd, he was 17yrs old, what a pianist wrote the music for the film Soldier Blue.
Gary Kewley (December 2015)

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Name Dates Comments
Raymond Newton 1932/1933 I was about two years old when my parents took over the licence of the pub. I remember going into Curzon St. and being very friendly with the great shire horses who delivered goods locally
Iris Wiltshire 1958 I was barmaid there when Bert Annable was the owner.
Joanne Moir 1960/1961 My parents Michael + Josie Moir took over this pub as newlyweds, I was almost born there in december 1960, but shé made it to thé Général Lying In hospital York Road (now à premier Inn !). I was nearly Johanna, but as thé pub has à piano...

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Picture source: Stephen Harris