Up For A Real Wilde Night…?

The Olivier Award-winning Eve Best, Anne Reid and Eleanor Bron are among the cast for Trevor Nunn’s acclaimed adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman Of No Importance, currently running at The Vaudeville Theatre in that London.

Only, it’s not an entirely exclusive run, because, for one night only, you’ll be able to be part of the audience for this sold-out show by simply popping down to The Whale on Tuesday, November 28th.

Ah, aren’t satellites only marvellous…?

Telling the tale of an earnest young American woman, a disreputable English Lord (aren’t they all?) and a naive young man as they attend a bizarre house party, Wilde’s dark comedy about survival and reputation still packs a punch. As the glowing reviews for this particular production prove.

Tickets for this live Vaudeville Theatre link-up at The Whale are just €20 and €17.50. And there are no flights or hotels involved this end. And you can bring a drink from the bar to your table. Sweet!


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