Programme for Lady Windermere's Fan at the Coronet Theatre, London, 4 March 1901

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Lady Windermere’s Fan was first performed at St James’s Theatre on 20 February 1892 to rave reviews, and first published a year later in 1893.

Subtitled ‘A Play About a Good Woman’, Oscar Wilde uses the work to critique contemporary Victorian High Society, and the ways a woman must appear ‘good’ in order to maintain her social status.

This programme for was a run of a production of Lady Windermere's Fan which from 4–10 March 1901 at the Coronet Theatre. 

Full title:
Programme for Lady Windermere's Fan at the Coronet Theatre, London; 4 March 1901
Published:
4 March 1901
Format:
Programme
Language:
English
Usage terms
Public Domain
Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
Add MS 81771

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