A Woman Of No Importance
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A Woman Of No Importance

A Woman Of No Importance Tickets

Vaudeville Theatre, London, WC2R 0NH
4.8 out of 5, based on 14 ratings and 14 reviews.
4.8
  • The perfect family treat celebrating Oscar Wilde's ground-breaking work, book now for your last chance to see A Woman of No Importance! Must end 30 December.

    “Sublimely funny” (The Independent) and “compelling” (The Times), A Woman of No Importance is the first play in Classic Spring’s Oscar Wilde Season.

    Playing at London’s Vaudeville Theatre, Dominic Dromgoole’s “fine revival” (Guardian) echoes headlines today and shows how, more than a century on, Wilde still strikes to the heart of social scandal.
     
    Starring the “brilliant” Eve Best (Daily Mail), “bewitching” Anne Reid (Observer) and “superb” Eleanor Bron (The Stage), you’ll love this compassionate and engaging revival. “The season is launched with a flourish” (The Sunday Times).

    De Profundis, performed by Simon Callow, will run from 3-6 January, while Lady Windermere’s Fan starring Samantha Spiro, Kevin Bishop and Jennifer Saunders opens on 12 January.

    At the London's Vaudeville Theatre until 30 December 2017, book your A Woman of No Importance tickets today!

    To view other events from the Oscar Wilde Season at the Vaudeville Theatre, please click here.

    *Age recommendation: 8+

    This venue does not supply childrens booster cushions. Please consider this when preparing for your theatre experience with small children at this venue.

  • Vaudeville Theatre

    404 Strand,
    London,
    WC2R 0NH

  • Full Seating Plan
    Vaudeville Theatre Seating Plan
  • THE INDEPENDENT


    'Wonderfully moving. Sublimely funny'


    THE STAGE


    'Anne Reid and Eleanor Bron are superb'


    THE TIMES


    'A compelling start to Dominic Dromgoole's Wilde season. The bar has been set high'


    THE ARTS DESK


    'Best is magnificent, but so too are Rowan, Bron and Fielding, while Reid is just fabulous'


    BROADWAY WORLD


    'A confident opener to Classic Spring's season'


    RADIO TIMES

    'A top-notch cast make Oscar Wilde's witty lines sing'



    SUNDAY TIMES

    'The season is launched with a flourish'



    THE GUARDIAN

    'A fine revival'



    DAILY MAIL

    '[Eve Best is] brilliant'



    FINANCIAL TIMES

    'Exceptional craftsmanship'



    THE TELEGRAPH

    'Exhilarating'