Limehouse Lizzy
Rock City
March 23, 2019


Rock City
8 Talbot Street, Nottingham, NG1 5GG, GB


Saturday, March 23, 2019
6:30 PM

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Limehouse Lizzy Biography

This article is about the given name. For the 1957 film, see Lizzie (film). For the lake, see Lake Lizzie.
Lizzie or Lizzy is a nickname for Elizabeth and Elisabet, often given as an independent name in the United States, especially in the late 19th century.

Elizabeth Sewall Alcott (1835-1858), real-life model for the character Beth March in the novel Little Women,
Marie Elisabeth Lizzy Ansingh (1875-1959), Dutch painter,
Elizabeth Mary Lizzie Armitstead (born 1988), world champion British track and road racing cyclist,
Lizzy Bardsley (born 1973), English media and television personality,
Elizabeth Bolden (1890-2006), world's oldest person at the time of her death,
Lizzie Borden (1860-1927), tried and acquitted for the notorious murder of her parents,
Elizabeth Anne Lizzy Caplan (born 1982), American actress,
Lizzy Clark (born 1994), English actress,
Lizzie Compton (1847-?), woman who disguised herself as man in order to fight for the Union in the American Civil War,
Elisabeth Carolina Lizzy van Dorp (1872-1945), Dutch lawyer, economist, politician and feminist,
Lizzie Evans (1864 or 1865-?), American vaudeville and musical theatre entertainer,
Margaret Elizabeth Lizzie Crozier French (1851-1926), American educator, women's suffragist and social reform activist,
Lizzy Gardiner (born 1966), Australian Academy Award-winning costume designer,
Elizabeth Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes, English television presenter,
Lizzie Grubman (born 1971), American publicist,
Lizzie Hopley, British actress and writer,
Elizabeth Jane Lizzy Igasan (born 1982), field hockey defender from New Zealand,
Lizzie Lloyd King (born 1847), American alleged murderer deemed mentally unfit to stand trial,
Emilie Augusta Louise Lizzy Lind af Hageby (1878-1963), Swedish feminist and animal rights advocate,
Elizabeth Lizzy Lovette, Australian radio presenter and TV presenter,
Lizzie Lloyd King (1847-?), American alleged murderer,
Elizabeth Magie (1866-1948), inventor of a predecessor of the game of Monopoly,
Elizabeth Lizzie Mickery, British writer and former actress,
Martine-Elizabeth Lizzy Mercier Descloux (1956-2004), French singer and musician, writer and painter,
Lizzy Pattinson, English singer and songwriter,
Elizabeth Siddal (1829-1862), English artists' model, poet and artist,
Lizzie Caswall Smith (1870-1958), British photographer,
Lizzie Webb, often known as Mad Lizzie, English television presenter of exercise routines,
Lizzie West (born 1973), American singer/songwriter,
Lizy (actress) or Lizzy, popular Indian actress and wife of director Priyadarsan,
Lizzy (South Korean singer), a member of popular South Korean girl group After School,
Lizzie Arlington, alias of Elizabeth Stroud, regarded by many historians as the first female to play organized baseball in the 19th century,
Lizzie Grey, stage name of Stephen Perry, American rock guitarist,
Lizzie Miles (1895-1963), stage name of Elizabeth Mary Landreaux (1895-1963), African American blues singer,

Fictional characters:
Elizabeth Bennet, from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, often called Lizzy by her friends and family,
Lizzie Devine, a character in Codename: Kids Next Door,
Lizzie Griffiths, a nine-year-old girl from the movie Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue,
Lizzie Lakely, a fictional character from the British ITV1 soap opera Emmerdale,
Lizzie McGuire, a Disney Channel television series, and its title character, Lizzie McGuire (character),
Lizzie Ramesy, a pirate from the video game Age of Empires III,
Lizzie Spaulding, a fictional character on the CBS daytime soap opera Guiding Light,
the title character of the 2000 children's novel Lizzie Zipmouth,
Lizzy (South Park),
Lizzy, a character in the Midway arcade game series Rampage,
Lizzie (Cars), a female car in the animated film Cars,

Westlothiana or Lizzie the Lizard, a fossil discovered in Bathgate, West Lothian