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Wilde's 'comedy of manners' at Wilton's Music Hall

PUBLISHED: 17:11 17 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:53 05 October 2010

AS cinema-goers flock to see Oscar Wilde s Gothic masterpiece The Picture of Dorian Gray, the writer s classic comedy of manners is the story of Jack Worthing and his imaginary brother Ernest comes to Wilton s Music Hall. Ernest is a convenient excuse for

AS cinema-goers flock to see Oscar Wilde's Gothic masterpiece The Picture of Dorian Gray, the writer's classic comedy of manners is the story of Jack Worthing and his imaginary brother Ernest comes to Wilton's Music Hall.

Ernest is a convenient excuse for Jack to take trips to London from his country home but things become complicated when Algernon, Jack Worthing's London friend finds out and arrives at Jack's home claiming to be Ernest.

The Importance of Being Earnest is at the music hall in Grace's Alley, Whitechapel tomorrow (Friday) from 8pm.

Tickets cost £10-£12 from 0207 702 2789 or www.wiltons.org.uk


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