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Direct from a sell-out season in the West End, Classic Spring presents Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre from Thursday 5 to Saturday 14 September 2019, prior to a national tour of the production.
As with many of legendary playwright, Oscar Wilde’s plays, the story mocks the upper-class society in Britain. Following the parties and business of wealthy individuals, the play shows the threat of a secret and how fickle the characters can be when protecting their reputation.
Directed by Classic Spring’s artistic director, Dominic Dromgoole, this production of Wilde’s classic is sure to make audiences laugh and cry. The play also stars Liza Goddard and Roy Hudd.
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