Mrs Warren's Profession

Mrs Warren's Profession

Mrs Warren’s Profession

by George Bernard Shaw

Mrs Kitty Warren has worked hard to provide for her daughter, but how will Vivie react when she learns the truth about her mother’s profession? The stage is set for a tale of duplicity, love and morality.

Banned, censored and controversial during George Bernard Shaw's lifetime, this play resonates in new ways for today’s audience. It shines a light on mother/daughter relationships and the values we hold dear. More than anything though, it is about social pressures and hypocrisy. It is a play fuelled by ideas of social and moral choices.

 Shaw’s plays are known for their wit, brilliant arguments and unrelenting challenges to the conventional morality of his time.

“There are no secrets better kept than the secrets that everybody guesses. “

Directed by Rick Hyland

Wharfeside Theatre