Beau Nash
(1674-1761)

Died aged 86

Beau Nash (18 October 1674 – 3 February 1762), born Richard Nash, was a celebrated dandy and leader of fashion in 18th-century Britain. He is best remembered as the Master of Ceremonies at the spa town of Bath.

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Commemorated on 5 plaques

Richard 'Beau' Nash 1674-1762 Dandy and leader of fashion Master of the Ceremonies at the Wells 1735-1762

The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom where they presided as Master of Ceremonies (1735-1761)

In this house resided the celebrated Beau Nash and here he died Feby. 1761

Beau Nash House, St Johns Place, Bath, United Kingdom where they lived (1761)

This tablet marks the site of Harrison's Assembly Rooms where Richard (Beau) Nash presided as Master of ceremonies 1708-1761 Here also stood 1823-1933 The Royal Literary and Scientific Institution inaugerated by the poets Moore, Crabbe, and Bowles: now transferred to Queen Square

Grand Parade, Bath, United Kingdom where they presided as Master of Ceremonies (1708-1761)

Here lived Beau Nash MC 1743-1761

Saw Street, Bath, United Kingdom where they lived (1743-1761)

The site now occupied by Nos. 40-46 The Pantiles was that of the assembly and great gaming rooms, presided over by Beau Nash, who was Master of Ceremonies 1735-1761.

The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom where they presided as Master of Ceremonies (1735-1761)