Wilde at heart

May 29, 1998

(Photograph) - Students from Leeds Metropolitan's University Conspiracy Theatre Company perform A Woman Carved in Jewels. The work is based on an Oscar Wilde manuscript that was left in a Parisian cab in 1898 and salvaged by his literary executor and first lover, Robbie Ross. Photograph: PETER BYRNE

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