I’m delighted to welcome the marvellous, madcap and crazily inventive Pantaloons Theatre Company back to Billericay to perform their own twist on the Oscar Wilde classic ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ in the Rectory Garden on Sunday 5 August 2018.
Everybody loves Ernest. Cecily and Gwendolen are both engaged to Ernest. The only trouble is, he doesn’t exist. Or does he?
Wilde’s comic masterpiece gets The Pantaloons treatment in their anarchic take on the classic comedy of manners and a post-interval Hollywood-style recap! This energetic and musical production from the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons’ infuses Wilde’s witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious contemporary twist!
“Wonderfully inventive … catching this touring show will feel like putting on a forgotten pair of slippers and finding them even more comfy than you recall.”
“So good you may laugh your Pantaloons off!”
Tickets are £14 I Under 16’s £7 & Fees I Door £16/8 (if not sold out) and are available from www.wegottickets.com/event/429761
Both of their shows in 2017 (Pride & Prejudice and A Christmas Carol) were sell outs and I expect tickets for this event will sell very quickly – so don’t delay.
Doors open at 4.00 pm, performance starts at 5.00 pm.
As with my other outdoor events, you are encouraged to bring along a picnic to enjoy (please be sure to take all your litter with you) and a blanket or a fold-up garden chair on which to sit! Please note, because of limited space, no tables, gazebo’s or parasols are permitted. In the event of inclement weather, this event will take place in Emmanuel church – only 200 yards away!
Billericay Rectory is located on Laindon Road, and is a 10 minute walk from Billericay station (which is 25 mins from Liverpool Street). We are only 5 mins from the A127 or 15 mins from the A12. The postcode is CM12 9LD. You can park in the Emmanuel car park, nearby on the High Street or in the car park behind Iceland.
You can download a poster here TIOBE – Poster
You can download a leaflet here TIOBE – Leaflet