- 06 Apr 18
Pan Pan Theatre Group takes a stage play on a national tour. The Oscar Wilde-inspired comedy 'The Importance of Nothing' hits the road from 9-28 April.
The play, which is a comedy about a drama therapy class in an imaginary prison, stars Mark O'Halloran who is best known for Adam and Paul.
In the play, drama therapist, Lady Lancing has dedicated her life to conducting anti-homophobic workshops utilizing the life and works of Oscar Wilde.
The prisoner’s patience and imaginations are teased to refashion or to completely overhaul Wilde’s material and the threads that are interwoven through his works and the social conventions of the past century.
The cast includes Andrew Bennett, Sonya Kelly, Mark O’Halloran, Anna Shiels McNamee and Dylan Tighe
Here's the tour Dates:
Roscommon Arts Centre, Roscommon 7 April
The Everyman, Cork 9-11 April
Belltable, Limerick 13-14 April
Dunamaise, Portlaoise 17 April
The Ramor Theatre, 21 April
Black Box Theatre, Galway 23 April
Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire 25 April
Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray 27-28 April