Annual General Meeting Bernard Shaw; Suffragist or Sexist? A brief examination of Shaw's attitude to female suffrage and his conflicting views on women. Presented by our actors company, directed by Jonas Cemm
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Next Meeting Monday 26th March at 7.30pm
Play Reading Group
Next Meeting Thursday, 5th April 7pm (at Evelyn’s) Cause Celebre by Terence Rattigan
The Actors Centre John Thaw Room 1a Tower Street, off Earlham Street, London WC2H 9NP Nearest tube stations areTottenham Court Road or Leicester Square and a number of buses pass close by, including the 14,19,24,29,38 and176.
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When the Society was founded on 26 July 1941, Bernard Shaw's eighty fifth birthday. He wanted nothing to do with the idea, and it was his curious letter of rejection that contained the phrase we quote here, and which was eagerly incorporated into the constitution of the Society. Reproduced here is the letter as written by Shaw. The Browning Society was a terror to Browning Shelley was dead, Shakespeare was dead, I shall soon be dead. We all provided a rallying point for the co-operation and education of kindred spirits and a forum for their irreconcilable controversies.
So go ahead, but don't bother me about it. I am old, deaf, and dotty. In short, a Has Been.