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A tribute to "The Perfect Musical"

In 1956, the Broadway production of My Fair Lady became the longest running musical theatre production in history. And since then, the musical, based on George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, has seen a film adaptation and many enthralling theatre revivals across the globe. 350 more words


#18 Shaw's Corner, Hertfordshire

The village of Ayot St Lawrence is reached on single track roads with passing places, grass growing in the centre. ‘Shaw’s Corner’ is a haven at the edge of the village: George Bernard Shaw wrote extensive directions for drivers to find his house from London and St Albans. 488 more words

Random Places

#17 Ayot St Lawrence on a Sunday

The writer who once lived in this village described it as always feeling like a Sunday here. It is a Sunday stillness which surrounds us as we pause at the church gate. 257 more words

Random Places

Writing Stories

What’s the point of writing Stories if you have nothing new to say?
Good stories can be depressing, motivating, inspirational, romantic, violent, entertaining, aesthetic, energetic, the list goes on. 452 more words

Just Saying

Two Tragedies in Life

“There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart’s desire. The other is to gain it.” ~ George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman…

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Creative Tip #5

Live The Dream

What a day in the day dream… Ever wondered where all your things come from? Before they were manufactured, they sat in somebody’s head, they were somebody’s idea and somebody’s dream before becoming tangible. 137 more words


Mainly About Myself

I was surprised to be gifted two old volumes of plays by my mother.

One, published by Modern Library in 1941, called Sixteen Famous American Plays… 374 more words

George Bernard Shaw