A 1994 live benefit performance of Oscar Wilde's celebrated poem, read by Ian McKellen.
A group of children adore playing in a beautiful garden, until the owner returns.
What is going on between Lord Windermere and Mrs Erlynne?
Simon Russell Beale reads correspondence from Oscar Wilde to his lover Lord Alfred Douglas
De Profundis homepage
At a country house party, Mrs Arbuthnot's long-concealed secret comes back to haunt her.
Powerful poem about hanging - as inspired by a fellow inmate in prison.
Simon Callow relates the life of the famous playwright through his correspondence
Letters of Oscar Wilde homepage
An unprincipled lady blackmails a politician with a secret from his past.
Crafty friends Jack and Algernon are living a double life in London 1895.
A collection of fireworks discuss the nature of love, and one of them gets his comeuppance
Oscar Wilde's black comedy satirising the morals of the upper classes
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime homepage
A bird makes the ultimate sacrifice, so that an unworldly young man can woo his love.
From their aerial view, a beautiful statue and a swallow team up to help the city's poor.
The Otis family move into an old English country house despite warnings that it is haunted
The Canterville Ghost homepage
Nick McCarty's adaptation of the Wilde classic
The Picture of Dorian Gray homepage