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St. Johns Place 7-8

David Garrick

Hereford 1717 - London 1779
English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer
artist unknown

Bath /  David Garrick   Bath /  David Garrick


Stone bust of Garrick.

From the pub's website:

In 1805 the first ‘palace’ home of the renowned Beau Nash became a pub and a new adjoining building housed the Theatre Royal which had moved from it’s premises in Old Orchard Street. It came as no surprise when the new pub took it’s name from a famous actor, David Garrick, who had performed in Bath on many occasions and was regarded as a major influence on all aspects of theatre during the 18th century. In 1831 a bust celebrating the thespian was placed above the entrance to the pub where it can still be admired today. Head and shoulders bust of Garrick in period clothing.


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Item Code: gbsw094; Photograph: 22 March 2019
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