The Importance of Being Frank
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Wilde's much loved masterpiece gets a 1980s revamp. John Worthing and his egocentric friend Andrew Moncrieff fall in love with two naive girls. However, there's a problem " both girls are adamant they could only ever love a man called Frank. As the two young men bicker over who is the most Frank, issues with parents and parentage rise to the surface. Comical chaos ensues as the country and town collide with callous love. This production is a superb satire on British manners with witty repartee and hysterical hypocrisy.

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