Shaw's Corner

A view of Shaw's Corner from the bottom of the garden looking up from the flower beds to the house

Country home of playwright Bernard Shaw for 44 years

Shaw's Corner

Things to see and do

High Street Players perform Androcles and the Lion in the garden

Play readings in the garden 

There are readings and performances of Shaw's plays throughout the season

Upcoming events

Major Barbara

Fri 23 Jun 2017
18:30-21:30
Where does the power lie? The mighty arms manufacturer and his Salvation Army daughter are brought head to head each in a fight for their existence. A conflict between real life and the romantic imagination.

Too true to be Good

Fri 21 Jul 2017
18:30-21:45
Shaw's 1920s surreal comedy of the post-war world. A talking Germ, a gangster nurse, an aviator turned burglar and the affectionate satirical picture of his friend Lawrence of Arabia.
Shaw's Corner

History

Shaw's Corner

Get involved

Visitors and volunteers in the garden

Join our team here 

Get involved with the Trust’s running of the house by joining our friendly team of volunteers. You could make new friends, pick up new skills and broaden your knowledge of the place.