Quarter: Landor Road

Guillaume Apollinaire

Guillaume Apollinaire L’Émigrant de Landor Road

Apollinaire is considered one of the foremost poets of the early 20th century.  He is credited with coining the term “cubism” in 1911 to describe the emerging art movement and the term “surrealism” in 1917 to describe the works of Erik Satie. The term Orphism (1912) is also his.

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£50 off your First SeeLocal campaign

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Clapham BID members are offered an exclusive opportunity to experience the value of partnering with […]

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15% off food at Mendoza square

mendoza square

15% off food bill at anytime on presentation of the Clapham guide. One offer can […]

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Harry Jacobs

harry jacobs landor road

For Lambeth’s Caribbean immigrants since the 1950s, Harry Jacobs was far more than a high-street portrait photographer – he was a messenger through whom they could show friends and family back home that they were doing OK.

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25% off Perkinator for BID members

25% off secure mobile phone chargers for businesses.

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Edible Bus Stop Kerb Garden

The community first came together to guerrilla garden a neglected space on the Landor Road […]

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LANDOR SPACE

Tucked away on the first floor of iconic south London local, the Landor Pub, you’ll find a stylish, versatile venue-for-hire for events, exhibitions and professional uses. Landor Space is a modern, flexible function area perfect for independent businesses and organisations in need of a bit of extra space – day or night.

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D Vine Cellars

D Vine Cellars came about as a result of a personal love of wine and […]

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