Pan Pan Theatre present 'The Importance of Nothing' at Dun Laoghaire's Pavilion Theatre

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Dun Laoghaire's Pavilion Theatre will show Pan Pan Theatre's 'The Importance of Nothing', an irreverent take on the works of Oscar Wilde, on April 25.

The comedy, directed by Gavin Quinn, is set in an imaginary prison, where drama therapy classes are held twenty fours a day.

The classes are facilitated by therapist, Lady Lancing, who has dedicated her career to conducting anti-homophobic workshops the utilise the life and works of the Irish-born playwright.

During the play, the prisoners' patience and imaginations are teased to completely overhaul Wilde’s material, the threads in his works and the social conventions of the past century.

Mark O'Halloran in Pan Pan's 'The Importance of Nothing'

The show's cast includes Adam and Paul writer and star Mark O'Halloran, as well as Andrew Bennett, Sonya Kelly, Anna Shiels McNamee and Dylan Tighe.

Tickets for the one-off performance cost €18, and are available from www.paviliontheatre.ie .

And if you can't make it on April 25, there are also two more showings at Bray's Mermaid Arts Centre on April 27 and 28.

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