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The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde archiveOscar Wilde was married with two children. This is the untold story of Constance, his aptly named and often forgotten wife. Moving, disturbing and unnervingly funny, this is a vivid and at times nightmarish vision of a tragedy which has, until now, been overlooked. In the play, Kilroy shows three people locked in a marriage, exposing the truth behind this most extraordinary of modern relationships. The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde shows Constance battling with her own demons, the secrets of her past, until she finally learns that 'when one sups with the Gods, one must pay the full price of admission'.

Author Thomas Kilroy.

Archive listings for The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde

Work type: Play.

T0719027457

Company Abbey Theatre Dublin. Director Patrick Mason. Design Joe Vanek. Lighting Nick Chelton. Choreographer David Bolger. Performer Jane Brennan. Performer Eric Lacey. Performer Laura Macken. Performer Kevin Murphy. Performer Ciara O'Callaghan. Performer Robert O'Mahoney. Performer Jonathan Shankey. Performer Andrew Scott. Performer Jack Walsh.
27 Sep 00 to 7 Oct 00Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0755046231
16 Sep 00 to 21 Sep 00The Abbey Theatre, Dublin :: V01247620447
listing details L1643772188

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