'The Importance Of Being Earnest', 'Lady Windermere's Fan' and 'A Woman Of No Importance'.
Full Cast Dramatisations.
'The Importance Of Being Earnest'
To avoid tiresome family engagements, Algernon Moncrieff, a bachelor-about-town, has invented Bunbury, an invalid friend whose bedside he is frequently obliged to attend. At the same time, his friend Jack Worthing has invented a wicked brother called Earnest to disguise his own misdemeanors. Confusion and comedy reigns supreme in this famous satire on aristocratic society.
'Lady Windermere's Fan'
A friend informs Lady Windermere that her husband, Lord Windermere, has paid a number of visits, and a substantial sum of money, to the disreputable Mrs Erlynne. Deeply upset, she runs into the arms of another man. This brilliant comedy of manners has a serious undertone as Wilde attacks society that is too quick to condemn.
'A Woman Of No Importance'
Gerald Arbuthnot is delighted when Lord Illingworth offers to take him on as his private secretary, so why is his mother so set against it? Another case of social intrigue from the master of satire.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 07 / 2001
- 141 x 108mm