Chelsea Lodge, No. 3098
  • Chaim Weintrop (Bud Flanagan)
  • Peter Sellers
  • Mick Abrahams (Worshipful Master, Jethro Tull, Blodwyn Pig)
  • Bob Monkhouse
  • Rick Wakeman (Junior Warden, Yes)
  • Roger De Courcey (Grand Officer, Rick Wakeman's manager)

  • Brian Eno
  • John Entwhistle

Allied Arts Lodge, No. 6269

Allied Arts boasts Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, Jews, blacks and whites. Allied Arts was consecrated on 22 July 1946. It was started by members of one of London’s thespian lodges, Vaudeville. Allied Arts profited from a significant growth in Freemasonry after the Second World War, possibly because men wanted to keep up the camaraderie they had enjoyed while serving in the armed forces. Vaudeville Lodge, No. 5592, is in turn descended from the world-famous Chelsea Lodge, No. 3098, through Proscenium Lodge, No. 3435. Chelsea’s mother lodge, Drury Lane, No. 2127, also has strong theatrical connections. Drury Lane’s Bro. Field Marshal Earl Kitchener is perhaps best known today as the face of Great War recruitment posters, featuring the legend: ‘Your country needs you!’

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