Fair City actress to star in The Importance of Being Earnest

Laoisha O'Callaghan as Miss Prism, Paul Sandys playing Jack Worthing and Peter Cadden as Rev Canon Chasuble in rehearsals for The Importance of Being Earnest. INLT 38-598CON

Laoisha O'Callaghan as Miss Prism, Paul Sandys playing Jack Worthing and Peter Cadden as Rev Canon Chasuble in rehearsals for The Importance of Being Earnest. INLT 38-598CON

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WELL known Irish television actress Laoisha O’Callaghan will play the role of Miss Prism in next week’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest at Theatre at The Mill, Newtownabbey.

Laoisha is best known for her portrayal of series regular Aoife in RTE’s Fair City.

The Importance of Being Earnest has delighted millions since its first London performance in 1895. A scintillating comedy of manners, Oscar Wilde’s best-loved work overflows with dazzling wordplay, comic invention, wonderful characters and a 
sprinkling of romance.

Jack is in love with Gwendolen. Algernon is in love with Cecily. But when an identity crisis spirals out of control, the previously separate worlds of town and country collide and delicious mayhem ensues. Thoughts of marriage and a happy ending must be put on hold until the inimitable Lady Bracknell can be convinced that the young men are worthy suitors.

Tickets for the performances on September 27, 28 and 29 are priced from £14 and are available from the box office on 028 9034 0202 or online at www.theatreatthemill.com