Barn Theatre Club presents
Written in 1894 but banned until 1925 — not because of ‘rudery’ or bad language — but because Shaw justifies poor girls choosing to enter a brothel instead of starving or even dying through working in one of the factories of the period.
The play is one of Shaw’s best among his earlier works — witty, strongly plotted and with considerable Women’s Lib topicality.
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