The Trials of Oscar Wilde returns to the capital

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The Trials of Oscar Wilde returns to the capital

The Trials of Oscar Wilde is returning to the capital based on transcripts from the Old Bailey.

The play explores the legal cases that destroyed the playwrights career and led to a criminal conviction for homosexuality.

The play has been written by his grandson Merlin Holland, and John O'Connor who also directed the show. 

The Trials of Oscar Wilde is at the Greenwich Theatre until Saturday 6th April. 

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