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A musical celebrating the 150th anniversary of Oscar Wilde's birth. A musical about the final six years in the tragic life of the celebrated playwright. By the early 1890s. the Dublin-born wit, raconteur and author had become the darling of the West End stage through A Woman of No Importance, An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest, with several successful shows running concurrently. But his spectacular fall from grace, engineered by the Marquess of Queensberry, was swift, catastrophic and devastating. Brutalised by his time in jail, Oscar travelled to France, never to return or be allowed to see his young sons. Even a continuing dalliance with Queensberry's dilletante son, Lord Alfred Douglas, cannot save the doomed literary giant...
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