Court Room Drama in Dorchester!!
8:05am 12th June 2014
He's described as one of the wittiest men who ever lived...
Tonight the famous trial of Oscar Wilde will be brought back to life in Dorchester in the historic courtroom at the Shire Hall (Thursday 12th June).
The play has been written by his grandson and is based on the original words spoken in court - when he was prosecuted for homosexuality.
Oscar Wilde visited Dorchester twice during the 1880's to give lectures and to meet Thomas Hardy.
Tickets are £12, £10 for members and concessions. Please call the Dorchester Arts Centre Box Office on: 01305 266926 for more information.