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Oscar Wilde

Cheese... it’s #nationalselfieday!

19/06/2019 by Victoria Heward
National Selfie Day first started on 21st June 2014 to encourage people to take creative selfies. To take part, just post your best selfie with the hashtag...

The Heart of Paris

23/04/2019 by Victoria Heward
Last week, the French capital, Paris, was at the centre of world attention as people watched its famous cathedral burn and its spire crash down in flames....

Spotlight on... Oscar Wilde

03/01/2018 by Victoria Heward
“I can resist everything except temptation.” Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde   The Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and critic,...

History: Dandyism and fashion

03/01/2018 by Victoria Heward
The words ‘dandy’ and ‘dandyism’ were first used to describe a man who loved fashion and was particularly interested in his physical appearance....

Culture: Winter in Oscar Wilde

03/01/2018 by Victoria Heward
Oscar Wilde’s plays for the theatre are very funny but his beautiful short stories are delicate, dramatic and almost poetic. His descriptions of nature...

Cinema: The Importance of Being Earnest

03/01/2018 by Victoria Heward
The Importance of Being Earnest is probably Oscar Wilde’s most famous play. It first appeared on the London stage in 1895 and delighted theatre audiences...