Stalwarts of Australian stage and screen, John Wood and Michael Veitch, are joined by some wonderful new musical and dramatic talent for an evening of wit, charm and elegance, all in the name of that great, larger-than-life Irishman, Oscar Wilde.
We’ll bring you a selection of some of his most delicious characters in their most memorable stage scenes: poor Ernest Worthing attempting to explain that particular inscription in his cigarette case; Lord Goring’s awkward reacquaintance with the alluring Mrs Cheverley, and of course, she of the famous ‘handbag’ scene, the redoubtable Lady Bracknell.
Let us read to you, play for you and sing the song of a Nightingale. All in the name of Oscar Wilde.
‘Captivating! It was funny, poignant and extraordinarily beautiful. I could watch the whole thing again.’ Audience member