Brain Bedford reading the letters of Oscar Wilde. He reads well and Wilde writes well, so the combination was very effective and surprisingly moving.
Yes, it worked better than the sonnet one man show, perhaps because the letters are more accessible (at least for me) than Shakespeare's sonnets, but also because the letters provided an arc of Wilde's sadly short life.
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