Written by David Hare
6-11 February, 7.30pm – £8/£6.50
London, 1895. Celebrated playwright Oscar Wilde is facing arrest for gross indecency. Urged on by his lover Bosie, who insists he can win the case, he spurns the chance to flee to the continent.
Two years later, released from prison, Wilde is a broken man, living in selfimposed exile in Italy. Against the advice of his friends, he has risked everything on a re-union with the fickle and selfish Bosie – a gamble which could see him lose everything.