A Woman of No Importance

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Monday, Nov 03, 2008 (7:30 PM)

A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde

Creative team

Production team


In 1893 Oscar Wilde wrote a 'Society Comedy' which, in the heavily censored theater of the time, explores with great subtlety and ambiguity the realities of a nation divided by class and cash. A complex examination of gender, class, morality and the true meaning of love, this is a hugely entertaining play with all Wilde's signature style and wit. Presented by final year Acting and Technical and Production Arts students.

Production photographs

Flickr set by Christine Murphy Flickr set RSAMD