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George Bernard Shaw

Half a century on from the end of official British theatre censorship, Nick Smurthwaite looks at writers and critics who campaigned for freedom of...

Have we got to the point where some theatre classics are unstageable, or at least only stageable with significant editing? A few weeks ago, I returned...

Three decades since its last major staging, George Bernard Shaw’s Misalliance is set to be produced at the Orange Tree Theatre. Al Senter marvels...

Former Shakespeare's Globe artistic director Dominic Dromgoole has teamed up with producer Nica Burns to launch a theatre company focused on classic playwrights. Called Classic...

Covent Garden’s most celebrated flower seller returns to her roots on Sunday in an all-star performance of My Fair Lady to mark the musical’s 60th...

With such witty, clever dialogue and fascinating characters, any production of Pygmalion is going to be enjoyable to a degree, but, despite a seemingly...

They wouldn't have dared stage Mrs Warren's Profession in genteel Cheltenham in George Bernard Shaw's day. Why, hadn't the Lord Chamberlain already made sure...

Some actors have a long appointment with a role. Ralph Fiennes first played Jack Tanner, the philosophising, determinedly single hero of Shaw’s Man and...
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