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The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

St. Alban’s Church Hall, North Harrow

1 & 2 May, 1970

By Oscar Wilde, performed by the Young Theatre at St. Alban’s Church Hall, North Harrow on 1 & 2 May, 1970

Production Photo
Photo supplied by Virginia Carter.
L>R: Sue Drane (Cecily); Martin Wallace (Algernon); Kay Koré (Lady Bracknell);
Andrew Kitchen (John Worthing) and Virginia Carter (Gwendolen)
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John Worthing Andrew Kitchen
Gwendolen Fairfax Virginia Carter
Algernon Moncrieff Martin Wallace
Cecily Cardew Sue Drane
Lady Bracknell Kay Koré
Rev. Canon Chasuble Neil Saunders
Miss Prism Trudie Brass
Lane Stephen Lockwood
Merriman Clive Saunders
Directed by Ivan Rudkin

Young Theatre
The Young Theatre (at Beaconsfield) - Historical Information and a link to the Beaconsfield Group's own home page with the Box Office for new productions
The Young Theatre (Harrow). Historical Information.
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