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July 2nd @ 2:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 2nd @ 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 3rd @ 2:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 3rd @ 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 4th @ 7:30pm War of the Worlds
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4 Julyto4 July
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War of the Worlds
War of the Worlds
The science fiction classic performed live by just four actors with intelligences lesser than average…

The War of the Worlds

4th July 2022
Based on the novel by H. G. Wells
Presented by The Pantaloons

“No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's…”

… And fewer would have believed in the first years of the twenty-first century that H. G. Wells’ science fiction classic would be performed live by just four actors with intelligences lesser than average…

The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons invade the stage in this funny yet faithful new adaptation as they use musical instruments, puppetry and, um, enthusiasm to recreate deadly heat-rays, giant fighting-machines, squidgy tentacled Martians and interplanetary warfare on an epic scale. The chances of success? A million to one…

★★★★ “Exhaustingly ridiculous energy… irreverent yet affectionate” The Latest

★★★★ “A jovial, convivial comedy, which still shows respect for the story” Fringe Guru

★★★★ “Incredibly funny… It doesn’t sound like it should work, but it really does.” Broadway Baby

“A breathless, unmissable parody… outstanding” Fringe Review

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

Tickets £11.50 - £17.50

Performance at 7.30pm | Running time 1 hour 30 minutes with no interval

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

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July 5th @ 7:30pm Tiresias
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Tiresias
Tiresias
Physical storytelling and live music weaves together with flair and delight to tell this classic tale.

Tiresias

5th July 2022
Presented by Heady Conduct

Heady Conduct bring their enthralling, atmospheric and critically acclaimed production of Tiresias to The Roman Theatre.

A forerunner of fortune or a man who is helpless to what he has seen?

Tiresias may be blind, but he has seen more than you or I, had we lived six lifetimes. When Hera rips out his eyes, Zeus grants Tiresias a gift more precious than a thousand burning torches in the darkness — he is given the gift to predict the future.

The play follows Tiresias’ journey as he lives through renowned Greek myths and legends. Heady Conduct weave together physical storytelling and live music with flair and delight to tell Tiresias’ tale in their potent and intoxicating style.

On their international debut at Auckland Fringe 2019, Tiresias was awarded The New Zealand Herald’s Critics’ Choice.

“The clearly talented company bought a warming, thought-provoking and imaginative show which artfully reimagined and rejuvenated classic Greek stories. Simon Rodda excelled in his portrayal of Tiresias with his nuance and subtlety. The show was underscored with a consistently beautiful yet ethereal score underpinning Tiresias’ tragedies.” The New Zealand Herald

★★★★★ “An utterly spellbinding performance.” Theatre Scenes, New Zealand

 

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

Performance at 7.30pm | Running time 1 hour 20 minutes with no interval

Tickets £11.50 - £17.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

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July 7th @ 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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2 Julyto17 July
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 8th @ 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 9th @ 2:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 9th @ 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
Roman Theatre of VerulamiumWritten by
2 Julyto17 July
Maltings CastPerformed by
Roman Theatre of VerulamiumVenue/Stage
16 ShowsRemaining
Recommended
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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July 10th @ 2:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest
Roman Theatre of VerulamiumWritten by
2 Julyto17 July
Maltings CastPerformed by
Roman Theatre of VerulamiumVenue/Stage
16 ShowsRemaining
Recommended
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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Roman Theatre of VerulamiumWritten by
2 Julyto17 July
Maltings CastPerformed by
Roman Theatre of VerulamiumVenue/Stage
16 ShowsRemaining
Recommended
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
A bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

The Importance of Being Earnest

2nd-17th July 2022
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Adam Nichols and Matt Strachan
Musically Directed by Tom Cagnoni
Presented by OVO

OVO presents a bold, imaginative and surprising jazz musical remix of Oscar Wilde’s “trivial comedy for serious people”.

Jack loves Gwendolen, Algernon loves Cecily, but both of them are engaged to the roguish Ernest - much to the disapproval of the formidable Lady Bracknell.

The only problem is that Ernest doesn’t actually exist and - when his true identity is revealed - being “earnest” takes on a whole new meaning…

Mistaken identity and romance collide with cucumber sandwiches and a handbag as Cecily and Gwendolen battle it out over Beyonce and Lady Bracknell channels Lizzo, while a cast of Bright Young Things Charleston to Queen, Daft Punk and The Beach Boys.

The Importance of Being Earnest is, quite simply, one of the funniest plays ever written in the English language, and it retains its ability to entertain and amuse some 127 years after it was written.

★★★★★ "A simply astonishing show" Sardines Magazine (The Winter's Tale)

★★★★★ “Bursting with energy, originality and laugh-out-loud moments” The Review Chap (Henry V)

★★★★ “Delivered with don’t-give-a-toss energy, it is an inventive and laugh-out-loud remodelling.” Daily Express (The Merry Wives of Windsor)

★★★★ “This imaginative interpretation is as clever as it is witty and as moving as it is original… A tour de force.” The Stage (The 39 Steps)

★★★★ "A wonderful production fit for the whole family, set in a beautiful historic open-air theatre, with a brilliant cast." Pocketsize Theatre (The Comedy of Errors)

"Hie thee to St Albans, there’s something a little special here.” Ought to be Clowns (Much Ado About Nothing)

In the open air at
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Bluehouse Hill | St Albans | AL3 6AE

7.30pm nightly / matinees 2.30pm | Running time (TBC) 2 hour 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval

Tickets £11.50 - £23.50

Multibuy - 2 different shows = 10% discount, 3 different shows = 20% discount (offer runs to Easter Monday)

Festival Unlimited Pass allowing unlimited access to all events and 10% off retail and catering - £70 (Limited numbers available)

Loyalty card – buy 9 tickets, get the 10th ticket free

Previews - 2nd July at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Press night - 7th July at 7.30pm

If you have any questions regarding access at The Roman Theatre, please email us before booking so that we can provide you with information and assistance.

The venue will be operating in accordance with any government guidelines on COVID safety measures in place at the time of the production.

Jon Bonner
Dr Frederick Chasuble / Band
Tom Cagnoni
Servant / Band
Charlie Clee
Algernon Montcrieff
Celeste Collier
Servant / Band
Anna Franklin
Lady Augusta Bracknell
Lyle Fulton
Jack Worthing
Guido Garcia Lueches
Merriman / Band
Emilia Harrild
Gwendolen Fairfax
David Logar
Servant / Band
Paul Manuel
Lane
Shona Maule
Servant / Band
Eloise Westwood
Cecily Cardew
Emma Wright
Miss Laetitia Prism
Michael Bird
Sound Designer and Operator
Tom Cagnoni
Musical Director
Rúben Carneiro
Stage Manager
Mattis Larsen
Lighting Designer
Delga Martineau
Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor
Simon Nicholas
Set Designer
Adam Nichols
Director
Sundeep Saini
Choreographer
Matt Strachan
Director
Lauren Wedgeworth
Stage Manager
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