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Mrs Warren’s Profession – Richmond Theatre

George Bernard Shaw’s acid test of a mother-daughter relationship is one of his wittiest and most provocative plays. Written in 1894 but banned for thirty years by a Lord Chamberlain who found it “immoral and improper”, Mrs Warren’s Profession is a ripe attack on English hypocrisy and its “fashionable morality”.
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 26 Nov '22

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Mrs Warren’s Profession – Richmond Theatre
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