A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde-Friday 10th August
Published on April 19th, 2018 | by Admin20
A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde
Friday 10th August – 7.30pm
Once again, Dot Productions will be performing in the Garden of Sunnyside, Great Eversden, in aid of The Friends of the Eversden Churches.
“I can never repent. I would rather be your mother than pure” – Mrs Arbuthnot
Lady Hunstanton’s house party is in full swing when Gerald Arbuthnot is announced as secretary to the witty Lord Illingworth. However once Gerald’s mother makes an appearance, suddenly his future is uncertain. Should Mrs Arbuthnot tell her son the truth she has hidden all these years? Would Gerald and Society ever forgive her? After all, who would believe Lord Illingworth to be a man of no importance?
Comic melodrama and social scandal bubble away in this classic Oscar Wilde satire. With a cast of 6 and DOT Productions renowned style, this dramatic comedy is guaranteed to delight.
As in previous years, He open-air venue is uncovered from the English summer and therefore you are advised to bring suitable protection from the elements. Raincoats or sun cream are a must in our unpredictable climate, but rest assured that the performance will go ahead unless it is unsafe to do so; in the case of thunder & lightning the show may be delayed until it is safe to continue. Tickets are non-refundable unless the show is cancelled.
Here are the details –
Friday 10th August – 7.30pm – the show lasts approximately two hours
Venue. Sunnyside, 7 Church Street, Great Eversden CB23 1HU (at the far end of the gravel track opposite St Mary’s Church). There is plenty of parking on the grass next to the track.
Please feel free to bring seats or blankets, drinks and a picnic.
Tickets in advance £12, or £15 on the door
Available from -
The Hoops, Great Eversden
On Line at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/467055
Box Office telephone 0333 666 3366
Or from your usual contact in the village
For additional information – http://dot-productions.co.uk/dotpress/
The following pictures are by Lucy Lawson Photography