Taking two classic Oscar Wilde tales and giving them a thoroughly modern retelling set against the New York skyline, Wilde in New York opens at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge this month.
The brainchild of local playwright, David Geasor and Cambridge Arts Movement painter, Nicholas Juett, the show offers two exciting one-act plays, inspired by the classic Wilde stories, The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Importance of Being Earnest, set against previously un-exhibited works from Juett's own personal collection.
Running from September 21st until the 25th, the production is helmed by critically acclaimed new director, Paul Holloway, alongside a cast of seasoned professionals, featuring local names such as Robert Jezek and Andrew P Stephen.
Tickets start from just £6 and are available from the ADC Theatre's website or by calling 01223 300085.
Further information on the production can be found at the Pleasent Danger website.