Alsager Community Theatre (ACT) was founded in 1973. Our current aim is to produce two plays a year, one in our home base in the Alsager Civic and one, courtesy of the National Trust, at Little Moreton Hall.
During the past 43 years, we have gained a reputation for acclaimed productions of Shakespeare and other classics, as well as having a sell-out season at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004 with Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood.
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ACT’s Autumn Production
Oscar Wilde’s The Importance Of Being Earnest
23-26 November 2016 7:45pm
Alsager Community Theatre is set to brighten up those long winter evenings with its production of the classic Oscar Wilde comedy The Importance of Being Earnest, performed at Alsager Civic from 23 to 26 November 2016.
This farcical comedy famed for its witty dialogue and the absurd behaviour of its characters was written in 1895 and has remained popular to the present day, with frequent stage productions and several films.
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