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Leading Shaw expert Leonard Conolly tells us more about the history of Mrs Warren’s Profession Openings of Shaw plays at Shaw’s Corner are always exciting events, but it is unlikely that the opening of Mrs Warren’s Profession will be as exciting … Continue reading
June is always one of our favourite months here at Shaw’s Corner – the garden looks absolutely stunning, the weather is good and there are some fantastic events. June 2015 is no exception to this! On Sunday 7th June the … Continue reading
Our rewiring project is well underway here at Shaw’s Corner, and we’ve started to find some interesting things under the carpets and floor boards dating right back to the earliest history of the house.
When the curtains open after our winter clean this year, we’ll be looking out at the garden in all its summer glory. We will be reopening at the end of June 2015 with an outdoor theatre performance of Shaw’s scandalous … Continue reading
We love it when it snows here at Shaw’s Corner! The Shaws loved trees, and the garden is full of yew trees, cedars and pines that have kept their leaves all winter, alongside dramatic shapes of the oaks, limes and … Continue reading
Today is the 158th birthday of Charlotte Francis Shaw; suffragist, nationalist, translator, friend and supporter of some of the most famous people of the twentieth century and incidentally, wife of George Bernard Shaw. Charlotte was born in Ireland in 1857, … Continue reading