A Woman of No Importance
by Oscar Wilde, directed by Ian Gledhill.
“Nothing succeeds like excess”
Wednesday 13 – Saturday 16 November
Oscar Wilde’s most fascinating play sparkles with all his customary wit, yet bristles with scathing satire of the Victorian upper class.
First performed in 1893, A Woman of No Importance gave a new theatrical voice to women marginalised by a conservative and patriarchal society. Its powerful message still resonates today.
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