The Importance Of Being Musically Earnest

The Importance Of being Musically Earnest

Written by Algernon Rowe

Music by Gilbert and Sullivan

Directed by Carolyn Kinniburgh

Carolyn Kinniburgh and Algernon Rowe have taken the wit and charm of Oscar Wilde’s classic play and added the wonderful music of Gilbert and Sullivan to create a unique theatre experience that is not to be missed.


Dates and Venue

The show ran from October 31 to November 22, 2003 and was performed at Hamilton Town Hall.


Cast in order of appearance

Lane, the Butler Craig Gunton
Algernon Moncrieff Austin Caffin
John Worthing Simon Schmidt
Lady Bracknell Monica Howard
Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax Cassandra Seidermann
Miss Prism Rita Scales
Cecily Cardew Sarah Punch
Rev. Canon Chasuble D.D. David O’Dowd
Merriman, the Butler Craig Anderson
Chorus of Maids, Butlers, etc Anthony Bradley, Shari Newman, Natalie Pollard and Libby Scales



A PDF of the programme for the show can be found here.

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