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The Importance of Being Wasted (Moreton Bay)

Can these trollied thespians keep it together?

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Act React and Anywhere Festival

Presented by Act React and Anywhere Festival Moreton Bay

Get into high spirits as Act React puts the lit into literature with this Drunk Classic.

The Importance of Being Wasted is Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of manners with a twist… of lime, vodka (and maybe a dash of dirty bathtub moonshine), shaken, stirred and served well and truly on the rocks.

This intoxicating take on The Importance of Being Earnest will see half the cast get half cut before delivering Wilde’s famously wordy witticisms.

Each performance features a different combination of trollied thespians trying to keep it together with the help of their sober fellow performers.

“Cheers! Oscar Wilde would have approved. Another winning show from the Act React team.” – Anywhere Reviews

This performance is at Hip Hops Brewers in Brendale.



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  • Genre

    Comedy, Theatre

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    Hip Hops Brewers

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    Date & Time

    17 June @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Recurring Event Event Series (See All)


    120 min(s)

  • Premiere

    Season return


    Wheelchair accessible, Wheelchair accessible toilet


    Coarse or crude language

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    Moreton Bay

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    Doors Open

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    Don't forget to bring


Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.