Free from prison after two years of hard labour in Reading Gaol, Oscar Wilde is forced to live in exile in Europe. He yearns to reunite with his children, but ill-health and a misguided reconciliation with his beloved Bosie propel him towards a disasterous and ultimately fatal existence. However, Wilde courageously lives out his last years by falling back on the creativity, charm and brilliant wit that defined him. Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth.
Tickets €5 | Complimentary tea/coffee also served after the movie
An Táin Art Centre | Crowe Street | Dundalk | Co. Louth