The Oscar Wilde season at the Vaudeville, which has already produced revivals of Lady Windermere's Fan and A Woman of No Importance and now continues with An Ideal Husband, feels like slipping into another age of luxurious chocolate box theatre. There's lots of soft-centred fondants that ooze wit, the occasional hard caramel of chewy perception, and perhaps an uncomfortable flavour you may want to move on quickly from. Read more
Last chance to see Jonathan Church's 'incredibly funny' (The Times) and 'Wildely charming' (Mail on Sunday) revival of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband. Must end 14 July!
‘Beautifully played and cast’ (London Theatre), real-life father & son Edward and Freddie Fox are a 'delicious double act' (Independent) alongside the ‘marvellous’ Nathaniel Parker (Times), ‘brilliant’ Susan Hampshire (Guardian), ‘superb’ Sally Bretton, ‘thrilling’ Frances Barber (WhatsOnStage) and 'delightful' Faith Omole, making her West End debut (Evening Standard).
The Rolls-Royce of English comedies, don’t miss this ‘triumphant’ (Time Out) new production. Book tickets while you still can!
The final instalment of Classic Spring’s Oscar Wilde Season is now on sale. Don’t miss The Importance of Being Earnest, starring Sophie Thompson and Jeremy Swift (20 July – 20 October).