Tue 01 Oct to Sat 05 Oct 2019
Evenings 7.30pm, Matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm
Box Office: 0131 529 6000
Starting from £18.50-£32*
* Ticket prices include a contribution to the Theatres Development Fund. A £1 handling charge will be added if you ask us to post your tickets.
A Woman of no Importance
‘One can survive everything nowadays, except death, and live down anything except a good reputation’
‘Wonderfully moving' (★★★★ The Independent) & 'compelling' (★★★★ The Times), A Woman of No Importance opened Classic Spring’s critically acclaimed Oscar Wilde season in the West End in 2017. Funny and engaging, this bold and richly enjoyable production explores innocence and morality through Wilde’s glittering wit and masterful language.
An earnest young American woman, an unscrupulous English Lord and an innocent young chap join the festivities at a lavish estate in the English countryside. Should a mother tell her son the truth and risk social ruin?
Starring national treasure Liza Goddard alongside Roy Hudd, Isla Blair, Emma Amos and Katy Stephens, don't miss Dominic Dromgoole’s brilliant and assured revival.
Liza Goddard’s extensive stage credits include Lady Windermere’s Fan, An Ideal Husband and Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings. Her television work includes cult classics Doctor Who and Bergerac.
Roy Hudd’s plethora of work includes ITV’s Broadchurch, Huddlines on the BBC, as well as the West End hit When We Are Married.
Star of stage and screen, Isla Blair’s credits include House of Cards, Johnny English Reborn and Made in Dagenham.
Household name, John Bett, prior work consist of films such as Shallow Grave and Tamara Drew and the recent television show, BAFTA winner A Very English Scandal.
Emma Amos’ previous roles have taken her from television to stage, starring in Goodnight Sweetheart on the BBC and Sweet Bird of Youth in Chichester.
Katy Stephens’ past stage productions have included Rosalind in As You Like It and the title role in Antony and Cleopatra for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Wonderfully moving....Sublimely funnyThe Independent
What a treat. Brilliant...Daily Mail
Thu 03 October 7.30PM
Sat 05 October 2.30PM - Caroline Jaquet, Judy Shaw Stewart
BSL - Sign Language Interpreted
Sat 05 October 2.30PM - [Auditorium Position: Right], Nicolle Murdoch
Sat 05 October 1.30PM
Capital Theatres aim to be accessible to all. We are committed to making your visit to our theatres as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. All of our Front of House staff undergo disability awareness training and Dementia Friend Training and will be pleased to assist you should you require any information or help.
Friends 2 for 1 on Opening Night or 20% off all performances
Groups (8+) £4 off (Stall and Dress only). Please note groups cannot be booked online. If you wish to book a Group, please contact our dedicated Groups phone line on 0131 529 6005.
Concessions £3 off
Student Standby £10*
Discounts are available to people with disabilities, please call box office to buy your tickets. If you would like to book a wheelchair space or if you have any special requirements please phone the box office who can advise. Our staff can be called on 0131 529 6000 or by using Text Relay on 18002 0131 529 6003.
* Student Standby tickets are subject to availability on the day of the performance and can only be purchased in person at the Box Office from 12pm. A valid Student or Young Scot ID is required. Only one ticket per card.
All discounts may be withdrawn at any time.