Tag Archive: George Bernard Shaw

SHAW’S CORNER: George Bernard Shaw’s Country House

Although Nobel Prize winning playwright George Bernard Shaw was born and raised in Dublin, he made England his home for over 74 years. In the 1880s and ‘90s, Shaw’s work as a theater and music critic necessitated a London address….
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Book Celebration With Tea

We all had a loverly time at our “book celebration” tea event in Plymouth on Saturday, October 11th at Sweet Afton Tea Room. The writing team of D.E. Ireland — Meg Mims and Sharon Pisacreta — hosted 18 guests (2…
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Pygmalion Vs My Fair Lady

Pygmalion Vs My Fair Lady For those of you who wonder, “How can Wouldn’t It Be Deadly use Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins without violating copyright?” — well, it’s an easy answer. Collaborators Meg Mims and Sharon Pisacreta (writing as…
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