The Importance of Being Earnest
Sat 11th Aug 2018, 7pm
Everybody loves Ernest. In fact, Cecily and Gwendolen are both engaged to Ernest. The only trouble is, Ernest doesn't exist. Or does he...? This energetic and musical production from the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons infuses Wilde's witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious contemporary twist.
Please remember to bring a picnic and something to sit on for open-air performances.
All performances take place in the open-air unless otherwise stated and will continue in all weather except conditions which the venue or company deem to be genuinely unsafe for the audience or performers.
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