SHAW2020 announce a summer tour of their award-winning production of Village Wooing

After the success of The Shaw Society sponsored production of Village Wooing, SHAW2020 are taking the show on the road…read more


Caroline Quentin and Rose Quentin to Star in U.K. Mrs. Warren’s Profession

Caroline Quentin and Rose Quentin in Mrs. Warren’s Profession

Mother-daughter duo Caroline Quentin and Rose Quentin will star as Mrs. Warren and daughter Vivie in Royal Bath Productions’ upcoming production of George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren’s Profession. The production will open at the Theatre Royal Bath in Bath, England November 9, before undertaking a national tour. Additional casting will be announced at a later date…Read more


Lincoln Center Theatre’s My Fair Lady comes to London!

The incredible critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady is coming to the London Coliseum for a limited 16 week run! You certainly would not want to miss the first major West End revival of this beloved musical in over 20 years. Book your tickets for My Fair Lady now and you will be able to dance all night!…Read more


MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION Provokes and Delights at Washington Stage Guild

Appearing at the Washington Stage Guild this month is Mrs. Warren’s Profession, a biting and poignant play that remains as relevant today as when it was first penned by George Bernard Shaw in 1893. Directed by Michael Rothhaar, who also directed Washington Stage Guild’s 1991 production of the show, this rendition of Mrs. Warren’s Profession showcases the play’s humor and wit without dulling the more provocative elements for which it is known…Read more


SHAW2020’s production of VILLAGE WOOING

a Comedietta for Two Voices,  written nearly 100 years ago by George Bernard Shaw, has won the London Pub Theatres Standing Ovation ‘Rediscovery’ Award.  

Maryann O’Brien (pictured above), who played ‘Z’ in the production at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden, was at the presentation ceremony at The Lion & Unicorn theatre on Sunday, 24th October, along with Joe Sargent who played ‘A’ and director Jonas Cemm, to collect the Award.  Sponsored by The Shaw Society, Village Wooing ‘powerfully evoked a sense of the era’ and was performed as part of the Camden Fringe Festival in August this year.

Of nearly three hundred events taking part in the Camden Fringe, the theatre press singled out Village Wooing for special mention with four- and five-star reviews.  It has also been nominated for an OffFest award by the prestigious ‘Offies’, the body which recognises the creativity of ‘OffWestEnd’ theatres and other venues.  

Jonas Cemm, Artistic Director of SHAW2020, thanked The Shaw Society for sponsoring the production in his acceptance speech:   ” I am over the moon that our post covid comeback has been so well received. The reviews were a huge boost but winning the Standing Ovations Award is the frosting on the cake of our success. We hope to take the show on the road in the spring of 2022″.