Don your finest threads for this evening of extravagance! Every night at intermission, there will be prizes for best-dressed in the house!
The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by Oscar Wilde, was first performed back in 1895 at the Saint James’s Theatre in London. In this comedy of pretences, society gentlemen Jack and Algernon, fabricate falsehoods to escape their tedious social obligations. High farce, razor wit and a cutting self-awareness of Victorian life make The Importance of Being Earnest Wilde’s most popular play. It’s a timeless piece of theatre history, full of thrills and laughs that remains relatable to all ages, even today.
The undisputed master of wit, Oscar Wilde truly knew how to poke fun at society with all the cheek of the Irish. His sharp perception is an inspiration for all artists.
We are proud to put his stories on stage the way they’re meant to be enjoyed; surrounded by music, fine fashion, gorgeous gardens and a perfectly constructed cocktail.
Come at 6pm to enjoy the art, fashions, music and cocktails. The main event starts at 7pm.
Custom fashions by New Zealand Milliner, Monika Neuhauser
Cocktails designed by Bar Pro
Music and artworks on display at the stunning Pah Homestead grounds.
Don't hesitate - these tickets move fast!
See you at the bar!