After playing to more than 2000 people in their hometown, Nelson's Body in Space theatre company are bringing their adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest right here to us.
Featuring at the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival with a cast of only four, Daniel Allan, Laura Irish, Hamish Parkinson and Roger Sanders will take on all the roles in Oscar Wilde's famous farce.
There's melodrama, anachronisms, slapstick, singing, dancing, puppeteering and all with a cardboard set and props.
Jack loves Gwendolen and Algy loves Cecily. The girls love them back, but only because they think the boys are named Earnest, which they aren't, or are they?
If you want to find out, we've got two double passes for you to head along and see Saturday's 11am show.
Just email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org, with ''Earnest'' in the subject line by midday Friday to be in to win.
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