The astounding Oscar Wilde lounge in the Café Royal
The ceiling of the Oscar Wilde lounge, The Cafe Royal London
Poet at the Cafe Royal
Mr Neil Titley read as Wilde in excerpts of his first trial. Mr Darcy Sullivan played Carson.
Prince’s Hall, Piccadilly, venue of Wilde’s first UK lecture.
Site of Wilde’s publisher, John Lane
Lane’s nephew Allen founded Penguin books.
St James’ Place where Wilde entertained young men.
Number 10 and 11 were one residence in Wilde’s day.
The musician who is so significant in Wilde’s work.
What is left of the theatre that produced Lady Windermere’s fan. The plaque is of Dorian Gray.
The Society walk ended here at Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Oscar Wilde’s West End Walk for members of The Oscar Wilde Society started at the Café Royal.
The day was Saturday 29th September 2018.
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