The Judas Kiss
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The Judas Kiss Tickets

  • Following on from sell-out performances at The Hampstead Theatre, The Judas Kiss transfers for a season at the West End's Duke of York's Theatre.

    Rupert Everett plays Oscar Wilde with Freddie Fox as Lord Alfred Douglas in David Hare's The Judas Kiss - a compelling drama about the power of all-consuming love and the cruelty of betrayal.
    It is 1895 and Oscar Wilde's masterpiece, The Importance of Being Earnest, is playing in the West End after a triumphant premiere, but already the wheels are in motion which will lead to his imprisonment, downfall and vilification.
    Forced to make a choice between his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and his freedom, the ever romantic Wilde embarks on a course towards self-destruction…
    Rupert Everett shot to fame in Julian Mitchell's play and subsequent film of Another Country. Since then, his leading screen roles have included My Best Friend's Wedding, The Importance of Being Earnest and St Trinians. Playing Bosie is Freddie Fox (Hay Fever, Cause Célèbre), one of the most exciting young actors in the UK .

    Please note: This show contains scenes of an adult nature.

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  • Duke Of York's Theatre

    St Martins Lane,
    WC2N 4BG

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    ‘This is a match made in theatrical heaven.’ Tim Walker


    ‘Outstanding’ Fiona Mountford

    ‘Rupert Everett is a revelation as Oscar Wilde in this revival of David Hare's 1998 play. He movingly suggests both the glamour and tragic nobility of the self-destructive wit who became a globally bankable brand.’ Henry Hitchings


    ‘I was moved.’ Michael Billington

    ‘Rupert Everett gives the performance of his career’


    ‘Freddie Fox is a revelation’

    ‘Everett's vulnerable, bibulous Wilde isn't exactly Jesus-like. But he is undoubtedly a towering figure: intellectually, physically, and even morally. He is motivated only by love, he tells Bosie, and he deploys his great wit not waspishly, but in an effort to lighten the gloom as the hour of his 1895 arrest for indecency draws near.’ Andrzej Lukowski


    ‘ Rupert Everett… fascinating and deeply affecting.’


    ‘Cal MacAninch is superb.’


    ‘Everett's Wilde is an older, sadder and wiser man than the wicked wit of popular imagination, and even his moments of humour are shot through with deep melancholy and a passivity that paradoxically becomes dramatically enthralling... It is moving to watch Everett in the role, not least because his gilded youth is far behind him and in this production he finally seems to be redeeming an often squandered talent.’ Charles Spencer