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An Ideal Husband

Written by: Oscar Wilde
Director: Priscilla Jackman
Performed by: 3rd Year Acting students

Successful politician Sir Robert Chiltern has it all – money, power and the love of his adoring wife. But he also has a murky secret in his past that, if revealed, will bring down all he stands for and the marriage he cherishes. Oscar Wilde's 1889 comedy of manners about hypocritical moralities in high-society London speaks to a modern generation about the gap between political and private morality. Wilde questions power, politics and love in a way that skewers the very notion of 'an ideal'.

Join us for a post-show discussion on Tuesday, 27 August 2019.

This performance will be 1 hour and 30 minutes with no interval.


Performance Details

Performance dates

23rd Aug 7:30pm 24th Aug 2:00pm 24th Aug 7:30pm 26th Aug 7:30pm 27th Aug 7:30pm 28th Aug 7:30pm 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 29th Aug 7:30pm

Ticketing information

$36 - Full
$29 - Concession/Friends

Bookings open

23rd Jul 12:00am - Friends
30th Jul 12:00am - Public

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