Ballet star Rudolf Nureyev honoured with blue plaque
Date: September 21, 2017
The new plaque will mark the four-storey house in Kensington where the dance critics Nigel and Maude Gosling kept a self-contained apartment for Nureyev, a close friend.
While Nureyev owned his own house in London, he preferred to stay at this property, the Goslings’ house at number 27 Victoria Road, during his frequent and often lengthy stints in the city. Theapartment was filled with the ballet dancer’s own antiques, records and books.
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Monica Mason, Sylvie Guillem and Claude Blum – Chairman of the Rudolf Nureyev Foundation
Carlo Bagutti, Prudence Skene, Irène Pozzi, Claude Blum, Charles Jude and Thierry Fouquet – The Rudolf Nureyev Foundation