Salisbury Studio Theatre

Tickets: Salisbury Tourist Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1EJ Phone: 01722 342860

An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde

Production Dates: 16 – 21 October 2017

An Ideal Husband tells the story of a successful politician whose whole world could collapse when he is threatened with exposure for a political misdemeanour in the early days of his career. The blackmailer is a scheming beautiful woman.

Wilde’s witty and sophisticated play covers the twenty four hours when everything seems in jeopardy and is as pertinent today as it was when it was written in 1895.


Lord Caversham

Anthony von Roretz

Lord Goring

George Goulding

Sir Robert Chiltern

Adam Barge

Vicomte de Nanjac

Kristian Hamilton

Mr Montford

Brian Waddingham


David Rhodes


Brian Waddingham

Lady Gertrude Chiltern

Emma Way

Lady Markby

Lesley Bates

The Countess of Basildon

Deanna Deadman

Mrs Marchmont

Jo Flindell

Miss Mabel Chiltern

Alice Hudson

Mrs Cheveley

Tamsin Jacson



Jill Redston

Assistant Director

Camilla Burgess

Stage Manager

Ros Liddington


Caroline Butcher, Amelia Reynolds

Set Design

Alistair Faulkner

Set Building and Painting

Alistair Faulkner, Colin Hayman

Peter Scrivens


Sue Tranter, Sarah Kirkpatrick

Props and Furniture

Christina Reynolds, Rachel Fletcher, George Fleming

Lighting Design and Operation

Alistair Faulkner




Rae Owen, Stephanie Eustace

Heather Stott, Karen Corkery

Hair and Makeup

Kevin Murdoch Amelia Reynolds


Hugh Abel

Image: See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons


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