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Importance Of Being Earnest, The

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Two friends – town dwelling Algernon and countrified Jack – both invent characters to help them avoid displeasing social occasions. As the deception unravels, everything gets very confusing. Read More >

Two friends – town dwelling Algernon and countrified Jack – both invent characters to help them avoid displeasing social occasions. As the deception starts to unravel, and both men make marriage proposals, everything starts to get very confusing.

Antic Disposition’s new production of Oscar Wilde’s "trivial comedy for serious people" features James Pellow playing possible mother-in-law Lady Bracknell.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 16/04/2007

Opening Night: 19/04/2007

Closing Night: 12/05/2007

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Cast & Creative

Cast

James Pellow, Stephen Carlile, Ian Hallard, Georgina Carey

Creative

Producer - Antic Disposition

Author - Oscar Wilde

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