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Oscar Wilde - Haymarket Theatre Oscar Wilde - Haymarket Theatre

Plaque: Oscar Wilde - Haymarket Theatre

Erection date: 3/1/1995

Inscription

Westminster City Council
The first performances of "A Woman of No Importance" 19th April 1893 and "An Ideal Husband" 3rd January 1895 by Oscar Wilde were presented at this theatre. This plaque was unveiled by Sir John Gielgud on 3rd January 1995.
Oscar Wilde Society

Unveiled by Sir John Gielgud on the centenary of the first night of An Ideal Husband.

Site: Oscar Wilde - Haymarket Theatre (1 memorial)

SW1, Suffolk Street, 17/19

Rear of Theatre Royal, Haymarket.

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Oscar Wilde - Haymarket Theatre

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Oscar Wilde

Born in Dublin as Oscar Fingal O'Flaherty Wills Wilde. 'Importance of Being E...

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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Sir John Gielgud

Actor. Born 7 Gledhow Gardens, South Kensington as Arthur John Gielgud, great...

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