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The artist Horace Taylor produced two posters with the slogan Brightest London. As with his other poster he was inspired by the Brighter London society which was established in 1921. One of the aims of the society was to support theatres, restaurants and hotels in their efforts to attract more customers. Following the relaxation of wartime licensing restructions in 1921, people could once again enjoy dining out and going to the theatre. Here we see glamorously dressed pleasure seekers in party mood, enjoying a drink whilst watching a dance performance.
The Underground Electric Railways Company of London published this poster in 1924.
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