A Woman of No Importance by DOT Productions
“I can never repent. I would rather be your mother than pure” – Mrs Arbuthnot.
Lady Hunstanton’s house party is in full swing when Gerald Arbuthnot is announced as secretary to the witty Lord Illingworth. However once Gerald’s mother makes an appearance, suddenly his future is uncertain. Should Mrs Arbuthnot tell her son the truth she has hidden all these years? Would Gerald and Society ever forgive her? After all, who would believe Lord Illingworth to be a man of no importance?
Comic melodrama and social scandal bubble away in this classic Oscar Wilde satire. With a cast of 6 and DOT Productions renowned style, this dramatic comedy is guaranteed to delight.
A Woman of No Importance is part of our Outdoor Theatre series of free outdoor performances in a new location in Westferry Circus
- The Tempest – Monday 16 July
- Romeo and Juliet – Monday 23 July
- The Importance of Being Earnest – Monday 6 August
- A Woman of No Importance- Monday 13 August
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