TO HELL IN A HANDBAG
The Secret Lives of Canon Chasuble and Miss Prism
While others are preoccupied with cucumber sandwiches and railway cloakrooms, two minor characters from The Importance of Being Earnest are up to their necks in something else. A country rector and a governess, models of Victorian propriety in public. But in private?
This is the play behind the play: a tale of blackmail, false identity and money. A subversively funny new take on an Irish theatrical classic.
★★★★★ “beautifully written and acted with exquisite comic timing” Mail on Sunday (Click HERE to read full review)
“the dialogue, delivered with impeccable timing and modulation, is light, wicked, artful… a hoot of an instant classic” The Observer (Click HERE to read full review)
★★★★ “Helen Norton and Jonathan White, have pulled off a coup with their enchanting visit to the outer rim of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest… packs extraordinary amounts of plot and top notch gags into a compact package” The Irish Times
★★★★ “In keeping with the exceptional standard of their script, the performances given are outstanding” EdinburghGuide.com (Click HERE to read the full review)
“Wickedly, side-splittingly funny, in a sophisticated, witty and elegant way. A joyous romp not to be missed, a worthy homage to its master and progenitor” Sunday Independent
“Witty and nicely acted entertainment” Evening Echo
Post show talk Wed 20 Sept