The Importance Of Being Earnest UK Tour Tickets

The Importance Of Being Earnest review Harold Pinter Theatre

Following its run in the West End, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance Of Being Earnest will embark on a tour of the UK in late 2015. With a cast including Nigel Havers, Sian Philips, and Christine Kavanagh performing as The Bunbury Company Of Players, this new production is directed by Lucy Bailey, designed by William Dudley with added material written by Simon Brett. One of Wilde’s most famous plays, The Importance Of Being Earnest lampoons the hypocrisies of Victoria England with two bachelor’s creating different identities in order to pursue two eligible young ladies. Please note that this is not the production that is about to play in the West End starring David Suchet. THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 2015 UK TOUR 10 September – 12 September 2015 Richmond Theatre 15 September – 19 September 2015 Milton Keynes Theatre 22 September – 26 September 2015 Orchard Theatre, Dartford 29 September – … Read more

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Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma in Shaw's Man and Superman at the National Theatre

Front and centre, shouldering a Herculean workload of complicated, dense dialogue, is Ralph Fiennes in absolutely cracking form. He has unflagging energy and although he rattles the text at a remarkable speed, he gives full value to each word and makes clear, uncomplicated sense of every passage. He is phenomenal, like a bolt of electricity confined to the stage. Simon Godwin’s stunning production makes Shaw’s play, a philosophical tennis match of volleyed ideas and ideals, burst with wit, innovation and utter delight.

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