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Mrs Oscar Wilde launches Spread Eagle autumn season

The (metaphorical) curtain* goes up on the Spread Eagle Theatre’s autumn season tomorrow night with the staging of Mrs Oscar Wilde. Constance Lloyd is rarely remembered in literary history. A feminist, a writer and a mother, she is rather remembered … Continue reading

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A Wilde night in a pub that felt a little bit like hard labour

OPENING NIGHT: DIANA ECCLESTON reviews a tour de force at The Spread Eagle Theatre on Katharine Street I’ve always been a huge fan of Oscar Wilde. What’s not to love? His elegant flair for fashion and words, the brilliant plays … Continue reading

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Spread Eagle brings a touch of Wildean wit to Croydon

They are promising a couple of Wilde nights at the Spread Eagle Theatre next month. Olivier Award nominee Gerard Logan is performing in two one-act plays based on the writings of Oscar Wilde around his imprisonment. Wilde Without the Boy … Continue reading

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