Discover new scenes from Oscar Wilde's original manuscript, The Picture of Dorian Gray at Trafalgar Studios in this exciting new adaptation for the West End.
Set in Victorian London, The Picture of Dorian Gray is the story of a beautiful young man who trades his soul for eternal youth. With his sins recorded on a mysterious hidden portrait, The Picture of Dorian Gray explores 19th-century ideas about art, idolisation and morality that are still relevant today.
After mass criticism from contemporary readers, Wilde removed many of the novel's more explicit references for general publication. Inspired by the original story, this daring new adaptation from Wilde's grandson, Merlin Holland, celebrates one of British literature's most controversial novels, 125 years after it was first published.
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