100 Places - Music & Literature
People have been telling their stories through music and song since the waves first lapped England's shores.
We think everybody should know about the places that have witnessed some of the most important historic events. Tell us about somewhere you think needs to be in the list of 100 Places.
Nominate a place linked to singers, musicians, writers, poets and/or the works they created.
Nominations for Music & Literature close 3 November 2017.
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The Theatre and The Hope join the Rose and the Globe on Bankside, London as scheduled monuments.
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