Written by Calum Grant
It is the 6th of April 1895 and Oscar Wilde waits alone at the Cadogan Hotel. He is awaiting a knock on the door that will bring an arrest warrant with charges of Gross Indecency against him. In this superb one man play Oscar will talk openly about his affair with a young boy of fifteen who’s life will never be the same again. The ruination he has bought down on the head of his wife, Constance and their two boys, and of course the one true love of his life, Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas.
Bosie once said to Oscar that when he was not on his pedestal he was boring, in this show Oscar may well stumble from his pedestal but he could never be called boring
Wednesday 29th May at 8.00pm
Tickets are £10, Concessions are £8.
We’re having a Bingo at The Assembly Rooms (rear of which is situated behind Frome Memorial Theatre) on Friday 24th May.
Doors open at 6.30pm, Eyes Down at 7.30pm.
We’ve got some great prizes to be won, cash prizes too. Also we will be holding a raffle.
£1 entry fee towards the Memorial Theatre Restoration Fund.
Bingo tickets on sale at the venue on the night.