The Importance of Being Earnest – Outdoor Theatre06 July 19:30
A trivial comedy written for serious people
Thursday 6th July 2017
Gates open at 6pm, performance 7.30pm
New Era Players, a locally based amateur theatre group, will be presenting what is considered to be Oscar Wilde’s best play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. Join us on the Great Lawn where Shaw House will provide the perfect backdrop to add to the sense of grandeur and style.
First presented in the West End in 1895, the play still inspires gales of laughter even today. It is a comedy where serious things are treated with triviality and trivial things are taken seriously culminating in a hilarious series of mistaken identities, when everyone learns the vital importance of being earnest!
Written by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Stephen Bennett
Adults £10 (£9 with WBC card), 16 and under £4 (£3.60 with WBC card)
Available from Shaw House 01635 279279 or online using the link below.
Performance approx. 2hrs (20 min interval).
Please bring your own seating/rug, warm clothes and picnic. The café will be open serving serving light refreshments including ice cream and locally produced beer and cider.
The Corn Exchange (Newbury) provide box office services, including online booking, for selected events. Where online booking is available you will be directed to a booking page hosted by The Corn Exchange. Online bookings are subject to a £1 booking fee per ticket. Participatory workshops will be exempt from the booking fee.
The bookings page is universal to the Corn Exchange website, please note that the information regarding wheelchair seats and group discounts do not apply to West Berkshire Heritage event.
BOOKING AT THE VENUE
Bookings made in person, or by telephone at Shaw House, West Berkshire Museum or the Corn Exchange Box Office will be processed free of charge.
DISCOUNT WITH WEST BERKSHIRE CARD
Discount is available on selected events, one discounted ticket per card. Cards available from www.westberks.gov.uk/wbcard
Please show your card when booking in person, if booking online you will be asked to show your card on arrival at the event. Thank you.