Date/Time: 7 May(16:00,19:30) 8 May(19:30) 9 May(19:30) 10 May(19:30) 11 May(19:30) 12 May(16:00,19:30)
Venue: THE IRELAND INSTITUTE, 27 PEARSE ST Category: Drama
Seated at a table outside a café in Paris, Wilde explains what it was that led to his downfall. Very much alone he still clings to his great sense of humour and brilliant wit, telling his story without self-pity.
Quoting at times from his own work, he gives a profoundly human insight into some of his best known writings. Expertly interwoven into this work is the story of his great triumph and painful disaster.
The result is a highly dramatic and captivating encounter with one of life’s great tragic heroes, that is both touching and hugely entertaining.
Written and performed by Denis Rafter
DURATION: 75 mins