Programme for A Woman of No Importance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, July 1893

Description

Oscar Wilde’s play A Woman of No Importance is a satire on English upper class morality and society’s double standards for women and men. It is both a comedy of manners and a protest against gender inequality. A Woman of No Importance was first performed on 19 April 1893 at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, in London. The play was published in 1894. This programme is from a performance in July 1893.

Full title:
Programme for A Woman of No Importance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket; [July 1893]
Published:
July 1893
Format:
Programme
Language:
English
Usage terms
Public Domain
Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
Add MS 81771

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