THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
BY OSCAR WILDE
Brimming with the counter-intuitive wit with which Oscar Wilde's name is synonymous, the story follows two gentlemen, Algernon and Jack, as they come to grips with one another's 'Bunburying' - deceits involving invented identities and unwanted socialising - spiralling out of control.
High farce and witty dialogue have helped to make this Wilde's most enduringly popular play, and with countless theatre productions and three film adaptations, Off Centre are pleased to perform its version of this classic Victorian comedy.
Our Director is Martin Newman and performances will be staged at the Savoy Theatre, Monmouth from 7th to 9th March.