Importance of Being Ernest POSTPONED

Saturday, 29 August 2020 - 10:45am

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST – comedy by Oscar Wilde POSTPONED - see Malcolm's message below

Open Air Theatre, Tolethorpe, Stamford, Rutland

Widely considered one of the funniest plays in the English language, Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece, set in the late Victorian era, contains some of the theatre’s most celebrated characters along with sparkling dialogue rich in witticisms.

Relax with a picnic before enjoying a performance in this covered theatre with its delightful stage setting.

There is a bar and area for buying coffee, tea and snacks.

Cost £29 (£30 non-LALG) – includes coach and good seat in centre block.

Coach leaves Letchworth Station Bus Stop opp. Barclays Bank at 10.45am.

Cheques to be made out to ‘LALG’ and sent to an address that will be provided when you book.

Malcolm's message of 24-3-2020  "I have just had a look at the Tolethorpe Hall Open Air Theatre web site  - where it states that all performances for this year have been postponed from 2020 until 2021. "

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