The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest
St. Luke’s Church, 22nd-24th November 2012

Jack has a lovely life in the country but has created an alter ego; a rebellious brother by the name of Earnest, so that he may run into town whenever he pleases. However his plan starts to unravel when his friend, Algernon, discovers this arrangement and uses it for his own advantage. Eventually the truth must be revealed and the boys are shocked to learn they aren’t the only ones with a secret.

When their identities are revealed will their true loves still want to marry them? Will we ever learn of Jack’s mysterious past? Who ate all the cucumber sandwiches?

Directed by Lizzy Carr
Produced by Amy Leach

Jack – Dan Lockett
Algernon – Christian Cargill
Gwendolen – Georgia Snow
Cecily – Charlotte Roper
Lady Braknell – Beccy Ward
Chasuble – Bradley Smith
Miss Prism – Hannah Hunter
Gribsby – Dave Christie-Miller
Lane & Merriman – Sam Phillips

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