A performance of 'The Importance of being Earnest'

June 13 2018
A performance of 'The Importance of being Earnest'


Date: Sunday June 24th 2018

Time: 7 pm - 9pm [doors open 6.00pm]

Location: St. Andrews Park BS6 5AX

Following the success of their riotous performance of 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' in St. Andrews Park last year, the Pantaloons team this year present their own wacky family friendly interpretation of the Oscar Wilde classic, 'The Importance of being Earnest'.

This energetic musical production infuses Wilde's witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious contemporary twist.

Promoted by the Friends of St. Andrews Park, the Pantaloons will be performing on the grass slope between The Tea Garden Cafe and the bowling club. The two hour performance takes place on SUNDAY JUNE 24th and starts at 7.00 pm with entry from 6.00 pm.

Organiser Paul Bullivant is delighted to welcome the Pantaloons back: "The Pantaloons have a busy summer schedule performing 'The Importance' in over 50 locations from Glasgow to Penzance so we are really pleased that they could fit in a return visit to our wonderful park.

Thanks to the support of an enthusiastic audience of over 300 last year we made a small surplus which we use to help pay for essential improvements in the park.

We do hope that as many friends and neighbours as possible will support this performance by the Pantaloons - it will certainly be another memorable evening of family-friendly fun and laughter.

As there will only be a few tickets 'on the door' it is best to book tickets in advance through the Pantaloons web site at :