When was Walton Hall built?

When was Walton Hall built?

Walton Hall, Cheshire

Walton Hall
Built 1836–38
Built for Gilbert Greenall
Listed Building – Grade II
Designated 23 December 1983

What happened to Danny Leroux?

He had been suffering from prostate cancer for many years. He had several further strokes and developed throat cancer. He died shortly before midnight on 31 May 2009 at the age of 81. His friend and costume designer, Annie Galbraith, was with him (he was living at her home in Tunbridge Wells) when he died.

How old is Danny La Rue?

81 años (1927–2009)
Danny La Rue/Edad a la que murió

Danny La Rue, the pioneering female impersonator, stage legend and gay icon, died on Sunday night at his home in Kent, aged 81.

What year did Danny La Rue die?

31 de mayo de 2009
Danny La Rue/Fecha de la muerte

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Did Danny La Rue live at Walton Hall?

Walton Hall is a 16th-century country mansion at Walton, near Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, once owned by Lord Field and the entertainer Danny La Rue, now in use as a hotel which is now part of Accor Hotels.

Who built Walton Hall?

Sir George Gilbert Scott
Walton Hall, a Post Medieval house built by Sir John and Sir Charles Mordant. The house was later modified by Sir George Gilbert Scott. 1 Original house built in the 18th century by Sir John and his son Sir Charles Mordant. The present house incorporates most of the old masonry and was built by George Gilbert Scott.

Is Danny La Rue alive?

Deceased (1927–2009)
Danny La Rue

Did Danny La Rue live in Southampton?

Did you know? Female impersonator Danny La Rue lived in Southampton for 21 years. He had a house in Bassett Green Close and then lived in the Riverdene flats at the Bitterne Park end of Cobden Bridge.

Where is Danny La Rue from?

Cork, Ireland
Danny La Rue/Lugar de nacimiento

Where did Danny La Rue live in Warwickshire?

Walton Hall
Walton Hall is a 16th-century country mansion at Walton, near Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, once owned by Lord Field and the entertainer Danny La Rue, now in use as a hotel which is now part of Accor Hotels.