The Importance of Being Earnest Tickets

Vaudeville Theatre
Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

Monday - -
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday 14:30 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday - -
  • Booking Until: Sat, 20 October 2018

‘UNFORGETTABLE, LIFE-ENHANCING…ABSOLUTELY HILARIOUS’ WhatsOnStage
‘A COMIC AND ENERGETIC DELIGHT’ The Times
‘PERFECT’ Sunday Times

Bringing Classic Spring’s Oscar Wilde Season to an ‘enthralling’ end, Michael Fentiman’s ‘sexy, dark-hued’ (WhatsOnStage) adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest is in its final weeks!

Don’t miss your last chance to see Olivier-Award winner Sophie Thompson ‘triumphantly tackle’ Lady Bracknell’s infamous “Handbag” (Arts Desk), or Stella Gonet and Jeremy Swift, who ‘utterly convince’ and hit ‘all the right notes’ as Miss prism and Rev. Chasuble (WhatsOnStage).

With only a few weeks left to see the ‘bright’ and ‘engaging’ Fiona Button as Cecily (Time Out), dovetailing perfectly with Pippa Nixon’s ‘excellent’ Gwendolyn (Broadway World); make sure you see Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, ‘perfect’ as Jack (The Times) opposite Fehinti Balogun’s ‘glorious’ and ‘sexy as hell’ Algernon (WhatsOnStage). 2 hours of comic bliss!

‘Brilliantly funny’ (Times) and ‘charming’ (Evening Standard) in equal measure, don’t miss the ‘magnificent’ (Sunday Times) final instalment of Classic Spring’s critically acclaimed Oscar Wilde Season. MUST END 20th October. Book now to avoid missing out!

‘A WILDE NIGHT’ Daily Express
‘CHARMING’ Evening Standard
‘TRIUMPHANT’ Arts Desk

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Vaudeville Theatre

Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

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Access description: There is a step of approx. 5cm then 2 sets of double doors opening into the foyer. Box Office counter on right. Staircases are all highlighted and have handrails on both sides. Stalls are 6 steps down from the foyer. 27 steps up to the Dress Circle (3 steps between rows). Upper Circle 54 steps up from foyer, though very narrow. Auditorium open 30 mins before performance.

Sound Amplification: No facilities at present.

Guide Dogs: Guide dogs are allowed in the auditorium and boxes and staff can dog-sit at foyer cloakroom or management office by prior arrangement with the management.

Disabled Access: Steps to all levels. Wheelchair users who will remain in their chair can use the AAT Major stair-climber which gives access to the stalls, where seats S8-11 can be removed to create spaces. Patrons requiring the use of the stair climber are asked to arrive at the theatre 45 minutes prior to the commencement of the performance.Transfer seating available to any aisle seat on left-hand side of Stalls – down 6 steps from foyer. Alternatively, access the Dress Circle through a side EXIT door on Lumley Court. Please notify a member of staff at the Box Office if you wish to use this entrance. No access to toilets from this level. 1 shallow step immediately inside door and 2 further steps to the left to row A. Box C up 2 fairly steep steps to the right, 74cm in width. Entrance to the box is 56cm wide – so it would be necessary to transfer to a moveable seat inside the Box from this entrance.

Toilets: Women’s 6 steps down from foyer, through 56cm wide door with cubicles. Men’s urinals 12 steps up from foyer. Men’s toilets 25 steps up from foyer.

Disabled Toilets: There is currently no disabled toilet in the Theatre, however we have an arrangement with the Adelphi Theatre (25 metres along the Strand) to use their facilities. A member of staff will accompany anyone wishing to use these facilities.

Limited Mobility: The boxes afford the best space for anyone wishing extra leg room.


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