The
Shaw
Society
Thursday 28th January
7.00 for 7.30 pm,
at Conway Hall
Brockway Room

Shaw as the Americans Saw Him

A talk by Professor Leonard Conolly from Trent University Toronto, with readings from his latest publication “GBS and NBC”
Biographies in sound
A commentary on the human and professional aspects of Shaw’s life
London School of Economics have published their Fabian Society archives online. Visit their Website to browse documents of interest to Shavians
Professional readers and student actors especially welcome.
Time and the Conways
J.B.Priestley
4th February 2016
A Creative Writing Award Annual Prize of £500 held in memory of the late T.F. Evans, long time editor of the Shaw Society Journal

The Washington Stage Guild are asking lovers of the theatre to help complete a very rare staging of one of the most unusual dramatic works in history-  

George Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah!

Click the logo for website and full details of the project

The society meets monthly in Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square London

WC1R 4RL for talks, lectures and play readings January to June and September to November at 7:00pm, coffee, for a 7:30 pm start.

 

Visitors are welcome to all our meetings entrance fee is £5, Members £3

 

Holborn is the nearest Tube station. Click here for a map to Conway Hall

 

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