Plaque

R. B. Sheridan - Savile Row

Inscription

Richard Brinsley Sheridan, dramatist, lived here, B: 1751, D: 1816.

{Almost hidden in the decorative border:}
Erected by the Society of Arts

Site: R. B. Sheridan - Savile Row (1 memorial)

W1, Savile Row, 14

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R. B. Sheridan - Savile Row

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Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Playwright. Born Dublin. Pupil at Harrow School 1762-8. Married Elizabeth Lin...

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R. B. Sheridan - Savile Row

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Royal Society of Arts

Founded by William Shipley as the "Society of Arts" in Rawthmell's Coffee Hou...

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