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Sunday 17 December 2000, 15.00-16.00
Patrick Marley reads

The Canterville Ghost and The Selfish Giant
A pre-Christmas treat. Patrick Marley relates two of Wilde’s best-loved stories. ‘The Canterville Ghost’ tells how an unhappy spirit causes havoc by haunting Canterville Chase before bringing about a happy ending for the young Duke and Duchess. ‘The Selfish Giant’ is one of the most poignant and charming fairy stories ever written.
Patrick Marley has worked widely in television, in repertory and on tour, and has made many appearances in the West End, including Richard II and Richard III at the Phoenix and Love’s Labour’s Lost and Henry V in Regent’s Park. He has also appeared at the Old Vic and on tour in Trelawney of the Wells and The Merchant of Venice. Recently he has been playing nationally and abroad in his own show, Wilde at Heart.

£5.00; £3.50 concessions

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