The
Shaw
Society

Venue

 

The Actors Centre

1a Tower Street,

off Earlham Street, London WC2H 9NP

Nearest tube stations are

Tottenham Court Road or Leicester Square and a number of buses pass close by, including the 14, 19, 24,

29, 38 and 176.  

 

Visitors are welcome to all our meetings entrance fee is £10, Members £5

 

 

The British Party System (1944) a script-in-hand "playlet" by Bernard Shaw satirically analysing the origins of the party system in British politics.  
Directed by Lorenzo Mason.  
In the John Thaw Room at The Actors Centre (see directions on the right)  
Saturday 23 September 2017, 9am-6pm
A Conference  organised by
LSE Language Centre, The H.G.Wells Society
and The Shaw Society
London School of Economics and Political Science, WC2

H. G. Wells and Bernard Shaw:
Socialism and the Irrational

Click here for Programme
Click here for  Registration form

Conference fee: £40 (£35 retired/student/unwaged), including tea, coffee and sandwich lunch.This one-day conference is jointly organised by the H.G. Wells Society, the Shaw Society and the LSE.  Please find attached a Registration Form together with the provisional programme.  Places are limited, so if you would like to attend, please make sure you send in your application as soon as possible.  Bernard Shaw will be well represented with five speakers from the Shaw Society, including our Chair Dr Anne Wright; Dr Alice McEwan from Shaw’s Corner; Dr Michelle Paul, senior lecturer in drama at St Mary’s University, Twickenham; Professor Gustavo Rodriguez Martin from the Universidad de Extremadura, Spain  and Soudabeh Ananisarab from Birmingham City University.  Lunch, tea and coffee are all included in the registration fee, £40 (£35 retired/student/unwaged), and the conference will be followed by an optional informal meal at nearby Café Rouge .

Next Meeting  Friday 29th September 7.30pm