A SHOW promising to be full of wry humour, scathing observations and glorious wit will be appearing at Blackfriars Theatre next week.
Boston Playgoers will be presenting its interpretation of the Oscar Wilde tale The Importance of Being Earnest at the Spain Lane venue from Wednesday.
The show centres around the antics of Algernon and Jack in their attempts to woo the fanciful Cecily and Gwendolen.
Algernon devises a cunning plan involving the inventing of a mythical, sickly friend Mr Bunbury.
Jack’s story, however, is questionable, with his start in life involving a railway station, a three volume novel and a handbag.
All is eventually revealed however by Cecily’s tutor Miss Prism, a lady of a nervous disposition admired by self-confessed celibate Dr Chasuble.
Show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets £9 (£8 conc).
To book call 01205 363108.