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THE IMPORTANCE OF

BEING OSCAR

Presented by special arrangement with the Edwards- macLíammóir Estate

ABOUT THE PRODUCTION

 

The life and works of Oscar Wilde are told in this captivating one-man show originally written and performed by Micheál macLíammóir. Featuring extracts from The Picture of Dorian Gray to The Importance of Being Earnest and De Profundis to The Ballad of Reading Gaol, all woven together in a wonderful narrative filled with humour.

The Importance of Being Oscar is a beautiful tribute from one Irish artist to another that displays moments of outstanding wit and is extremely moving.

Performed by Conn Artists very own Artistic Director, Ross Muir, and directed by Mitch Jenkins.

CAST

Performer.........................................................................Ross Muir

 

CREATIVE

Director......................................................................Mitch Jenkins

Designer.....................................................................Laura Kimber

 

Production Manager /

Lighting Design........................................................Matthew Pike

 

Hair & Make-Up / ASM........................................Jessica Barthel

PRESS QUOTES to view full reviews please visit our reaction page.

“Muir’s performance was a tour de force that kept his audience mesmerised . . . For many the highlight was Muir’s emotive telling of The Ballad of Reading Gaol.”
(The Argus, Brighton)

 

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

PRESS PHOTOS - Credit Karen Baker

PRODUCTION PHOTOS - Credit Karen Baker

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