Wilde tales and gruesome ghosts visiting Coventry this Christmas

Wilde tales and gruesome ghosts visiting Coventry this Christmas
Local News
Posted on 14 Jun 2018

Coventry’s Warwick Arts Centre will this Christmas present two festive shows based on the works of gay playwright Oscar Wilde. 


Wilde Creatures (Wed 28 Nov - Sun 30 Dec) is an adaptation of the writer’s classic fairytales, and features ‘original live music, imaginative storytelling and a generous dash of comedy’. 

The Canterville Ghost, meanwhile, is ‘a gruesome ghost story for brave souls aged 12-plus’. The show runs from Tuesday 18 to Sunday 23 December and then from Thursday the 27th to Sunday the 30th.  


Both shows are presented by Olivier-nominated theatre company Tall Stories, whose previous productions include The Gruffalo and Room On The Broom.

For more information and to purchase tickets for the shows, visit warwickartscentre.co.uk

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