Riley, Patricia. Looking for Githa. New Writing North, 2009.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Susan Tweedsmuir|
|Friends, Associates||Githa Sowerby|
|Performance of text||Elizabeth Baker|
|Performance of text||Florence Farr|
|Performance of text||George Paston|
|Performance of text||George Bernard Shaw||
Vedrenne and Barker first presented Getting Married, GBS 's discussion play critiquing Britain's marriage laws, at the Haymarket Theatre in London.
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She had worked on it during a visit to Sutton Courtenay just before she was married, and finished it in late 1913. Curtis Brown had wanted her to produce something more light-hearted, but several theatre...
Despite its open treatment of politics and abortion, the play had little trouble securing a licence from the Lord Chamberlain. In the same year Granville-Barker 's play Waste was refused a licence for dealing with...
|Textual Production||Githa Sowerby||
Beecham called the play a ferocious Geordie drama thick with dialect, diatribe and an unsparing depiction of the brutalities of the industrial north at the turn of the century.
Its recent director, Jonathan Miller ...
Beecham, Richard, and Patricia Riley. “Foreword”. Looking for Githa, New Writing North, 2009.