The Importance of Being Earnest

Grange Theatre
6th March 2014 - 8th March 2014

The Grange School presents Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest .

Wilde was known for his wit, charm and genius with words and ‘Earnest’ one of his best known works is described as a ‘trivial comedy for serious people’.

For the first time in the school theatre the performance will be set ‘in the round’ which gives a whole new perspective for the audience and a range of challenges to the actors. So bring your ‘handbag’ and come and meet Lady Bracknell, Jack and Algernon as we explore their stories and celebrate the vital importance of being Earnest.

Performances start at 7.00pm

Tickets £8.00 for adults. £6 for concessions.

Location:

Grange Theatre
Bradburns Lane
Hartford
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 1LU

Tel: 0333 666 3366

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