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>>Rupert Everett: I’ve been tolerated for too long a time. No one has rights in this country. One is granted only a temporary license and here comes the moment where mine is withdrawn.

 

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>>Cal MacAninch: If you stay in this room, I do have to warn you, at any moment the police may appear.

 

>>Rupert Everett: That will give my luncheon a spice of excitement.

 

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“Rupert Everett is magnificent as Oscar Wilde.”

London Evening Standard

 

>>Charlie Rowe: Do not confuse your life with your art. Such ideas belong only in literature. They do not belong in the world.

 

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>>Rupert Everett: What is the use of a right you cannot exercise.

 

>>Cal MacAninch: And what is the purpose of a love which gives you nothing in return?

 

>>Rupert Everett: You know nothing of what passes between us!

 

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>>Cal MacAninch: Save yourself, Oscar! Make for the continent!

 

“5 Stars Theatrical Heaven.”

Sunday Telegraph

 

>>Rupert Everett: No longer is punishment enough. The moral of my punishment must now be stuffed down my throat! I must choke on it!

 

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RUPERT EVERETT

THE Judas Kiss

by DAVID HARE directed by NEIL ARMFIELD

 

>>Rupert Everett: All trials are trials for one’s life. Just as all sentences are sentences of death.

 

NOW ON STAGE THROUGH MAY 1

ED MIRVISH THEATRE 244 VICTORIA STREET