The
Shaw
Society

Venue

 

The Actors Centre

John Thaw Room

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

 

 

Next Meeting  Monday, 26 February at 7-30pm

PRESS CUTTINGS
by Bernard Shaw
A script-in-hand performance directed by Michael Friend
Shaw’s black comedy of War, Politics and the Suffragettes, was first presented at the Royal Court Theatre in 1909. With two principal characters based upon Lord Kitchener and Asquith the play was at first refused a licence by the censor, who only relented when Shaw agreed to change the names. Shaw’s attacks
on political mendacity are as timely today as they were explosive over a hundred years ago.
Pegasus Opera Company presents the UK premiere
Two one-act operas by
Philip Hagemann:
28th February/1st& 2nd March at 7-30pm and Sunday 4th March
at 2-30pm at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, Bedford Street, London
WC2E 9ED

The Dark Lady of the Sonnets based on Shaw’s play, plus Ruth based on the biblical story. (see flyer) Important to book in advance: www.actorschurch.org

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