The Importance of Being Earnest
    By Oscar Wilde

    20:00, Wed 21st – Thu 22nd November 2012 at Old Combination Room, Trinity College
    20:00, Sat 24th – Sun 25th November 2012 at Old Combination Room, Trinity College
    21:30, Tue 22nd January 2013 at Allhusen Room, Trinity College
    Michaelmas Week 7 to Lent Week 1

    Ernest Worthing, who doesn’t exist, is engaged to two different women.

    Jack and Algernon, the two men who are both pretending to be Ernest, see their second lives collide and their lies of convenience unravel, in this stylish and intelligent masterpiece, where appearance is everything and nothing needs to be taken seriously.

    Oscar Wilde's ineffable wit, absurd and ingenious contrivance, and brilliant sense of humour combine in a hilarious evening of period farce in the apposite setting of Trinity OCR.


    John Worthing
    Algernon Moncrieff
    Rev Canon Chasuble, D.D.
    Lady Bracknell
    Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax
    Cecily Cardew
    Miss Prism

    Production Team

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