The Windmill - London Soho Art Print
The subject of this London Soho art print is "The Windmill." I stumbled over this sight on my last night in London years ago. I was wandering around Piccadilly Circus and this bright red glow caught my eyes. And I guess as you can see from the sign, it makes the term "red light district" rather literal. I didn't know anything about the history of The Windmill International at the time. It turns out the club opened in the 1930's and was known for not closing even during the Blitz.
Originally known as The Windmill Theatre, the strip club on Great Windmill Street lasted for nearly 90 years but has been closed in recent years with plans to renovate and reopen as a cocktail club. So as it turns out this London art print depicts a little bit of London history.
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