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Rupert Everett stars in West End transfer of The Judas Kiss

Date Posted: 15/10/2012

Rupert Everett and Freddie Fox will reprise their roles as Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas as the Hampstead Theatre production of The Judas Kiss transfers to the West End.

Previewing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 9th January, booking is now open for the strictly limited season which runs until April.

Full Hampstead company to reprise their roles

The full Hampstead company will reprise their roles in the West End.

Rupert Everett and Freddie Fox will be joined by Cal Macaninch in the role of Robert Ross, along with additional cast members Ben Hardy, Kirsty Oswald, Alister Cameron and Tom Colley.

Synopsis

The Judas Kiss promises a fascinating insight into Oscar Wilde’s relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas.

David Hare’s play focuses on two critical moments in Wilde’s last years - the eve of his arrest at the Cadogan Hotel and a night in Naples after his release from two years’ imprisonment.

The Judas Kiss speculates on the consequences of his self destructive fatalism, betrayal and love without trust.

Group booking information

Discounted ticket rates are available for theatre groups of ten or more people, along with a host of additional benefits offered by the Ambassador Theatre Group.

For further group travel information visit www.thejudaskiss.co.uk

Photo credit: Manuel Harlen

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