"To alter my life now would be to admit I was wrong. A patriot put in prison for loving his country goes on loving his country. A poet in prison for loving boys loves boys"
Join Bedlam Theatre for a performance of David Hare’s critically aclaimed play The Judas Kiss which charts the ill-fated love affair between Oscar Wilde and “Bosie” (Lord Alfred Douglas). The play casts light upon some of the most soul-stirring and painful moments of Wilde’s life, reimagining events that happened behind closed doors. It is interesting both from the historical point of view and as a strong and witty criticism of homophobic prejudice that Wilde became a victim of.