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You Never Can Tell is an 1897 four-act play by George Bernard Shaw that debuted at the Royalty Theatre. It was published as part of a volume of Shaw’s plays entitled Plays Pleasant. In June 2011, the play was revived at the Coliseum Theatre in Aberystwyth, Wales, where it had been performed exactly one century earlier.

You Never Can Tell

You Never Can Tell Summary

The play is set in a seaside town and tells the story of Mrs. Clandon and her three children, Dolly, Phillip, and Gloria, who have just returned to England after an eighteen-year stay in Madeira. The children have no idea who their father is and, through a comedy of errors, end up inviting him to a family lunch. At the same time, a dentist named Valentine has fallen in love with the eldest daughter, Gloria. However, Gloria considers herself a modern woman and claims to have no interest in love or marriage.

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Name Of the Novel: You Never Can Tell
Author: George Bernard Shaw
Date premiered: 26 November 1899
Place premiered: Royalty Theatre, by the Stage Society
Original language: English
Subject: A dentist falls in love and a family accidentally meet the father they have never known
Genre: Comedy
Setting: A seaside town
Book Type: pdf / ePub

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