Wilde side of life

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There was little Oscar Wilde enjoyed more than deflating the self-importance of society’s upper echelons, and in The Importance of Being Ernest his razor-sharp observation and biting wit are honed to a fine edge.

It was Chesterfield Playgoers’ spring production at the Pomegranate last week, and they had a lot of fun with it.

The full review will appear in the Derbyshire Times, dated May 12. 2011