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Performance

VenueHope Mill Theatre
TownManchester
CountyGreater Manchester
From8th June 2017
To9th June 2017
When19:30
What is currently on at Hope Mill Theatre (V0587051306)

Bosie

BosieT2146140693
Bosie is a one-man show about Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas, the lover of Oscar Wilde. The show provides an honest account of the love the two shared, insight into Boise's disastrous family and the unfortunate destruction of Oscar and consequently himself. Lord Alfred (Bosie) is in France, just as Oscar Wilde is being prosecuted back in London. We see 'Bosie' at three points during his time in France as he tries to come to terms with his actions...


Archive :: production:T2146140693, one person show:S01931752732, venue:V0587051306

Production details

Company

Company Powerhouse Plays

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