New blue plaque in Torquay will honour Irish dramatist Sean O'Casey
A BLUE plaque is to be unveiled to honour a man described as one of the great playwrights of the 20th century, Sean O'Casey, at his last home in St Marychurch, Torquay.
The chairman of Torbay Council, Cllr Roger Stringer, will be formally unveiling the latest Torbay Civic Society plaque at Villa Rose, Trumlands Road, today at 11am, to honour the Irish dramatist and writer (pictured left) who died there in 1964. Sean's daughter, Shivaugn, will be attending the event together with members of the Civic Society. The family moved to a flat in the house in 1954.
The house and gardens will be opened for viewing and a history of family life and the many famous people who visited Villa Rosa will be given. There is no parking at the house.
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