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British playwright (born in Ireland)

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The practice was a linchpin to Shaw's utopic thinking and forms the focus of Yde's Bernard Shaw and Totalitarianism.
The play is about the correspondence between George Bernard Shaw and Mrs Patrick, the actress who first played Eliza Dolittle in Pygmalion, a classic George Bernard Shaw play, way back in 1914.
The George Bernard Shaw Collection gathers the full-cast performances of eight of George Bernard Shaw's classic short plays into a single compendium.
The People's Theatre has a long-running relationship with Bernard Shaw and it is very fitting that Pygmalion has been chosen to launch the season.
Ellen Terry was a beauty capturing the attention of George Bernard Shaw, Henry Irving was a merchant-turned-actor who brought Shakespeare to life, and the two's theatre ambitions would change their families.
The Beeb's coverage had begun well, with a quotation from George Bernard Shaw.
Wang Yam, 47, battered George Bernard Shaw biographer Allan Chappelow, 86, to death in a bid to take over his pounds 2.
BERNARD SHAW, who, as an owner, has been associated with Malton stables for more than 30 years, has written a book about his life - a 72-page skip down memory lane, all in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Tony Blair, who is currently struggling on his pension, once said: "Britain is a rip-off country"; and George Bernard Shaw said: "The professions exploit the people".
George Bernard Shaw identified one problem when he wrote, "Do not do unto others as you would have them do unto you; their tastes may be different.
The Hollywood beauty is tipped to star as Eliza Doolittle in a new production of the George Bernard Shaw classic Pygmalion.
If I may paraphrase the great Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw (with many apologies), it has been disparagingly said of EBM that "Those who can, do; those who can't, teach; and those who can do neither quote evidence-based medicine.
Leave it, also, to George Bernard Shaw to mine his own difficult upbringing and end up with a light yet highly intellectual comedy.
Chappelow was the author of works including Shaw the Chucker-Out: a Biographical Exposition and Critique, and Shaw the Villager and Human Being, both books on playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Martyrs, as George Bernard Shaw put it, "see things as they have never been, and ask why not.