So today marks the centenary of Britain’s entry into the First World War.

Britain entered the War at 11pm on 4 August 1914.

Lights will go off all over Britain for the hour leading up to 11pm, including at the famous Arts and Crafts pub, the Tabard, above.

We’ve done some work on one of the major events to commemorate the centenary. But it seems that our location in Soho provides us with another connection to events during that dreadful war, that we were unaware of until we read this Guardian article:

WW1 soho

An interesting spin on the effects of war


A scene from the ‘Cave of the Golden Calf’ in Heddon St:

cave of the golden calf