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Tuesday 9 January 2001, 18.15-19.15
Simon Ward and Joseph Millson in

The Decay of Lying or a dialogue in the library
Adapted by Robin Booth; directed by Tim Heath
A new adaptation of Wilde’s dramatic dialogue, in which ‘Vivian’ and ‘Cyril’ eat chocolates and speculate on whether Art should imitate Life or vice versa.
Simon Ward is internationally known for starring rôles on film, TV and the West End stage, among them An Ideal Husband, The Rear Column, Ross, Young Winston and The Three Musketeers. Joseph Millson is best known as the star of Peak Practice. He is also a very experienced theatre actor, having worked extensively in repertory theatre and in the West End - most recently at the Comedy Theatre in The Real Inspector Hound and Black Comedy. He last appeared at the British Library in The War Show. Robin Booth won the Cameron Mackintosh Award for New Writing in 1996. His plays include The Blind Man at the Window for the Experimental Theatre Club and a sequel to Waiting for Godot. Tim Heath’s productions at the British Library include Not Yet The Dodo, The History of England, The War Show and English Literature: The Musical.

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