Hell is paved with good intentions
But Heaven is roofed with the best.
‘Intentions’ our print magazine is published and sent to members four times a year. It records the events and proceedings of the Society, as well as items of wider interest to Wildeans, such as plays, exhibitions and new books. Future society events and booking information are always published in Intentions, which is a full colour, illustrated publication, only available to Oscar Wilde Society members.
To give a flavour of ‘Intentions,’ edition 100 reported on the Society visit to Smallhythe Place, the home of Ellen Terry, where author Eleanor Fitzsimons talked to us about Wilde and Ellen Terry’s friendship. The annual Magdalen college lunch was eloquently described by a member who attended and there was an extensive illustrated article written by our Chairman, Don Mead, about ‘Oscar Wilde L’Impertinent Absolu’ the exhibition at the Petit Palais in Paris.
Contributions are welcome. Please get in touch with Vanessa Heron, the editor, using the email address on the contacts page.