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404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Year opened: 1870
A Woman of No Importance
Booking until Dec 30
Opens Dec 15
Opens Jan 03, 2018
Lady Windermere's Fan
Opens Jan 12, 2018
Until December 30, 2017
Former Artistic Director of the Globe Dominic Dromgoole heads a new year-long season in celebration of Oscar Wilde with his new theatre company Classic Spring. Opening the event is A Woman of No Importance starring the delightful Olivier-winning Eve Best. An upper-class satire that could only have come from the pen of Wilde, secrets and lies collide at a posh country house party in a melodrama that impresses with wit and wisdom.
December 15-31, 2017
Wilde's fairytale world is brought to dazzling life in this new adaptation from Tall Stories theatre company that forms part of Dominic Dromgoole's year long Oscar Wilde season. Billed as a new musical for ages 5 - 105, enjoy a thrilling foray into the strange lands, forests, and palaces of Wilde's imagination.
January 3-6, 2018
In 1897, nearing the end of his prison sentence but by no means used to the degradation of physical labour and mental hardship that had befallen him over the past few years, Oscar Wilde was allowed by the governor to compose a letter for 'medicinal purposes'. What followed became an extensive missive, ostensibly addressed to his errant and vain lover Lord Alfred Bosie, evolving over its course from an account of their relationship to Wilde's own meditation on his spiritual journey whilst incarcerated.
January 12-April 7, 2018
Former Artistic Director of the Globe Dominic Dromgoole heads a new year long season in celebration of Oscar Wilde with his new theatre company Classic Spring. Second on the docket is this early Wilde gem, Lady Windermere's Fan. A perfectly pitched send up of high society's obsession with reputation that would come to typify his stage work in later years, enjoy this brand new production as directed by Kathy Burke (yes, that Kathy Burke.)
The Vaudeville Theatre is a West End theatre located on the Strand, and was originally built to host vaudeville shows and musical revues. Since its opening in 1870, it has been rebuilt twice while keeping some of its original features. Max Weitzenhoffer took ownership of the theatre in 2003, and in 2005, Nimax Theatres Limited took over its management. It now stages successful long-running musicals and plays.
Axis at One Aldwych
0.01 mi away at One Aldwych Hotel
Main £19 | Three course meal £35
Event Restaurant: Modern British Cuisine
Garfunkel's - Burleigh House
0.02 mi away at Burleigh House
Main £10 | Three course meal £20
Family Restaurant: International Cuisine
0.03 mi away at 336 - 337 The Strand
Main £25 | Three course meal £40
Modern Restaurant: Steaks & Grills Cuisine
0.03 mi away at 336-337 Strand, London
5 Star, Prices from £270
0.03 mi away at 1 Aldwych
5 Star, Prices from £283
Apple Apartments The Strand
0.06 mi away at Marconi House, 335 The Strand
5 Star, Prices from £150
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