Soho was home to the first disco to ever open in London, 1959. Karl Marx, the German-born philosopher famous for his criticism of Capitalism, lived on Dean Street, Soho, above the now Quo Vadis restaurant. But he was not the only famous historical figure drawn to the area. Amadeus Mozart, the Austrian composer, lived in Soho during his European tour in 1764. The first television ever shown in public was in Soho, too, by John Logie Baird.