Person    | Male  Born 4/11/1751  Died 7/7/1816

Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Categories: Seriously Famous, Theatre

Countries: Ireland

Playwright. Born Dublin. Pupil at Harrow School 1762-8. Married Elizabeth Linley at St Marylebone Church in 1773. 1780-5 they lived in the grand house "The Grove" in Harrow, immediately north-east of St Mary's Church. The associated stables are still named for him. His plays include: The Rivals (1775), School for Scandal (1777). Died London.

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Richard Brinsley Sheridan

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Old Church Garden - facts

The left-most of 3 plaques on the back wall of the garden.

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R. B. Sheridan - Hertford Street

Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 1751 - 1816, dramatist and statesman lived here, 1...

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R. B. Sheridan - Savile Row

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

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Sheridan's Stables

"Form rooms" is what many public schools call their class rooms, after the fo...

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Globe Theatre - W1

Globe Theatre - W1

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1 memorial
Charles Coborn

Charles Coborn

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1 memorial
Richard D'Oyly Carte

Richard D'Oyly Carte

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Person, Commerce, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre

5 memorials
Charles Morgan

Charles Morgan

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Person, Literature, Theatre

1 memorial
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Fiction, Humour, Theatre

1 memorial