Win a scrumptious, wholesome brunch for two people followed by a performance of Oscar Wilde’s greatest comedy ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Smock Alley Theatre on Sunday August 9th.
The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde’s final work, has some of the most sparkling verbal wit ever put to paper. Satirising the shallow and superficial Victorian social conventions of his day Wilde’s observations are as relevant today in our modern society obsessed with filtered selfies, status updates and celebrity worship. As Lady Bracknell notes “We live, I regret to say, in an age of surfaces”
Brilliant, inventive, witty and absolutely hilarious, Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, is probably his greatest achievement. Regarded as the most perfect comedy in the English language, don’t miss out this Summer on a rollicking rollercoaster of romance, wit and earnestness. As Algernon quips, “I don’t play accurately – anyone can play accurately – but I play with wonderful expression.”
Brunch sitting 1pm. Show at 2.30pm
Brunch is served in the theatre’s beautiful Banquet Hall, a vast and stunning space complete with banqueting tables and stained glass windows.
Pork Patties, Coddled Eggs, Potato Hash with Crispy Onions, Homemade Ketchup,
Corn Fritters, Slow Roast Tomatoes, Coddled Eggs, Avocado Cream, Dressed Leaves
With coffee or juice
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