After Oscar Norbury Productions

- Performing Arts

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In 1895, playwright Oscar Wilde was found guilty of gross indecency and with his sentence came a worldwide scandal. But, what of his wife? What of his two children? Oscar’s trial left his family bankrupt, homeless and friendless. After Oscar, tells the story of Mrs. Constance Holland, the wife of Oscar Wilde, who fled to the Continent hoping to create a new life for herself and her children.

After Oscar is a new play written by Verity Norbury, co-directed by Kate Tomkins and Verity Norbury, costumes by Peter Henson; produced by Norbury Productions as part of the Premiere at Gasworks season.

 

  • Event Details
    Date & Times:
    Tuesday 4 - Saturday 8 May, 7.30 - 9pm
    Tickets:

    Early Bird: $28 (Available until 21 April)
    Full Price: $35
    Concession: $30
    Groups of 4+: $28
    Companion Card Holder: $0.00 (Must be purchased along with priced ticket)

    Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 03 8606 4200 or in-person at our reception office (Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm).

    Running Time:
    90 minutes
    Where:
    Studio Theatre
    Ages:
    Recommended for 15+
    Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Warnings:
    Adult themes
  • Credits
    Direction:
    Kate Tomkins and Verity Norbury
    Set & Costume Design:
    Peter Henson