The Importance of Being Earnest

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The Importance of Being Earnest


Mar 25 2015 18:45 - Mar 27 2015 22:00


The newly formed Band Of Others theatre company invite you to take a break from the everyday and delight in one of the freshest plays of the London spring calendar, The Importance of Being Earnest, in aid of the charity Action on Addiction.

Yes, Oscar Wilde's most excellent Victorian play is back with a glint in its eye and a spring in its step from a young, fresh and highly talented company.

Three stunning performances have been lined up for Wednesday 25th, Thursday 26th and Friday 27th of March respectively. As a bonus, each night features a ball-bouncingly exciting raffle. And to cater for those who enjoy high style and elegant living, Band Of Others is pleased to host Gala performance, complete with complimentary drinks, sumptuous canapés and tasteful music. For those with a lighter wallet and a youthful spirit the fabulous Opening Night on Wednesday and much anticipated Friday Grand Finale will do you splendidly indeed too.

All proceeds are going to the charity Action on Addiction, to support its important work in helping those affected by addiction and its many forms.

With a buzz already in the air around social circles and national press alike tickets are expected to sell like hot cakes, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Band Of Others very, very much look forward to seeing you on the night.


Seat are allocated on the evening of the performance on a first come first served basis.

Please bring cash to buy raffle tickets and refreshments.

Please bring tickets on evening of performance.

For enquiries, information, to sponsor the event, to advertise at the event or to make a direct donation to Action on Addiction please visit the Band Of Others website here.

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