Oscar Wilde's most popular and enduring play is set in Victorian England and concerns characters who maintain false identities in order to escape their social obligations. The play, which satirises Victorian society, is full of wit and humour.
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Witty, quick, and pure Wilde
The wit of Wilde comes across brilliantly in this recording, where you can hear the live audience laughing along with you. Abridged, unfortunately, but don't let that deter you!
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