"A triumphant production" THE BRIGHTON ARGUS
The Importance of Being Earnest
Middle Ground Theatre Company presents Oscar Wilde’s wonderful comedy of mistaken identity. Jack Worthing lives in the country with his pretty ward Cecily Cardew, but when in London he is known as Ernest and is in love with Gwendolen Fairfax. Gwendolen’s cousin is Algernon, but when he travels to Jack’s country house he is also known as Ernest, and is in love with Cecily... Confused? Well, do try to keep up!
So two bachelors named Ernest, who aren’t… and two beautiful girls who are in love with Ernests... but who aren’t, however will be when they are rechristened! This of course can only mean one thing - Oscar Wilde’s hilarious and timeless masterpiece.
This critically acclaimed production features a lavish set, a specially composed musical score, and is brought to you by the same company as The Holly & the Ivy, Columbo: Prescription Murder and On Golden Pond.
By Oscar Wilde
Directed and designed by Michael Lunney
Cast includes Corrinne Wicks, Tom Butcher, Sarah Thomas, Jim Alexander, David Gooderson, Gerry Hicks, Fiona Organ and Becky Hindley as Lady Bracknell
"Being married makes playing the part that much easier..." An interview with Corrinne Wicks
Monday, April 8, 2013 - 19:45 to Saturday, April 13, 2013 - 20:00
Mon - Thur eve 7:45pm
Fri & Sat eve 8:00pm
Thur & Sat mats 2:30pm
Running time: 2 hrs 27 mins including two intervals both 15 mins long
Supper and Show tickets are available, please call Box Office to book