Love, honour and murder in Oscar Wilde tale
A GRIPPING tale of love, honour, duty, fortune-telling and murder is coming to Letchworth GC.
Rocket Theatre will be performing their version of Oscar Wilde’s story Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime at Letchworth Arts Centre next Friday, November 16.
What’s On Stage has called the show “a cracking production of a witty play, which brings pace and energy to the piece” and a hilariously funny black comedy.”
Doors open at 7pm with curtain-up at 7.30. Tickets are �11 or �9 concessions.
There is a special two for the price of one ticket offer for Arts Centre members and a four for the price of three offer for members of Letchworth Arts and Leisure Group or Countdown Card holders.
Call 01462 670788 to book or visit the centre in The Arcade.
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