Wednesday 22nd May 11am
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This event is at The Haslemere Museum
George Bernard Shaw lived at “Blen Cathra” in Hindhead (now the site of St Edmunds School) at the end of the 19th Century. Shaw is well known for writing Pygmalion and some will remember studying one of his many plays at school – the Devil’s Disciple, Arms and the Man, Saint Joan. What is less well known is that he was a founder of the London School of Economics, a music critic, a campaigner for the working classes and the rights of women and (briefly) a politician. We are very fortunate to have Alan Knight, chairman of the Shaw Society, to come and talk to us about the life and times of this prodigious talent.
Saturday 24th February @ 3:00pm & 7:30pm
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