The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

Mon 16 Jun 2014: 2:00pm to Wed 18 Jun 2014: 7:00pm

In 8th Week, the garden of St Peter's Canal house will be the perfect setting for Oscar Wilde's fantastic farcical comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest!

Set in late Victorian England, the play is one long running joke at the expense of Victorian society and traditions, with lots of ridiculous fun along the way. It is the perfect light hearted play to end Trinity term!

We will be serving High tea in the interval, raising money for our JCR charity, the Against Malaria Foundation. All proceeds from the play will also be donated to the same charity.


Monday 16th June at 2pm

Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th at 7pm


Tickets are £3 for everybody. They can be purchased at the St Peter's lodge, or on the door, or reserved by emailing


Algernon - Sam Gebreselassie
Cecily - Emma Buchy-Dury
Chasuble- Cian Wade
Gwedolen - Natasha Stevens
Jack - Kostas Chryssanthopoulos
Lady Bracknell - Eleanor Fox
Lane - Bethan Roberts
Merriman - Megumi Yamamoto
Miss Prism - Henriette Willberg