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Two romeos bend the truth to spice up their love lives. Jack has invented a brother, Ernest, whom he uses to escape his dull country life and to woo the ravishing Gwendolyn. His best friend, Algernon, also decides to take the name ‘Ernest’ to cosy up to Jack’s beautiful ward, Cecily, in the country. But things spin hilariously out of control when their deceptions are discovered, threatening to spoil their romantic pursuits.

Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest is one of the world’s most popular comedies, boasting some of the funniest lines in the English language. In WILD RICE’s award-winning production, celebrated theatre and film director Glen Goei puts a joyous spin on this comic masterpiece by casting an all-male ensemble – revealing fresh insights into this classic tale about courtship, hidden identities and the foibles of high society.

With a sensational international cast, dressed to the nines by renowned fashion doyen Frederick Lee and accompanied live by The Concordia Quartet, The Importance of Being Earnest promises to lift your spirits with an evening of sparkling wit, laughter and love.

“WILD RICE has grasped The Importance of Being Earnest with both hands, and performed it at its extravagant best.” – Limelight Magazine, Australia

“Strong camaraderie onstage with a peculiarly powerful mix of testosterone and coquettish teasing…” – The Straits Times

“Visually ravishing and extremely compelling” – The Business Times

Starring Brendon Fernandez, Chua Enlai, Crispian Chan, Daniel York, Gavin Yap, Hossan Leong, Ivan Heng & Lim Kay Siu

Start Sales Date

Priority Sales  (WILD RICE Angels)
4 Nov 2019, 9am - 10 Nov 2019, 11.59pm

Other Channels:
4 Nov 2019, 10am - 10 Nov 2019, 11.59pm

Early Bird Sales (WILD RICE Angels & General Public)
11 Nov 2019, 12am - 4 Dec 2019, 11.59pm

Other Channels:
11 Nov 2019, 10am - 4 Dec 2019, 11.59pm

Public Sales:
5 Dec 2019, 12am

Other Channels:
5 Dec 2019, 10am



Approximately 2 hours
with a 20-minute interval

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Rating / Age Limit

  • Consumer Advisory: Advisory (All Male Cast)
  • No admission for patrons below 3 years old.
  • Patrons 3 years and above must purchase ticket for entry.
  • Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.

Late Seating Advisory:

  • Please be seated 15 minutes before the performance start time.
  • There will be no admission into the venue once the performance has commenced.
  • Admission may only be permitted during a suitable pause, depending on the nature of the performance.

Photography / Video Recording Rules

  • No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is permitted for this event

Season Pass [Valid till 25 Apr 2020]
15% Discount for Standard Ticket
[Available through All SISTIC Channels]

WILD RICE ANGELS [Valid till 8 Mar 2020]
15% Discount 
for Standard Ticket
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American Express® CapitaCard & American Express® Card Members [Valid till 8 Mar 2020]
10% Discount for Standard Ticket
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SAFRA Members [Valid till 8 Mar 2020]
10% Discount for SAFRA Card
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[Available through SISTC authorised agents and Online Link only]

Student / Senior Citizen / NSF [Valid till 8 Mar 2020]
10% Discount for Student(Local/Overseas) / Senior Citizen (aged 55 & above) / NSF
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[Patron unable to present proof of eligibility are required to upgrade their concession ticket to full price tickets] 
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CapitaStar Members [Valid till 8 Mar 2020]
10% Discount for CapitaStar Members
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Event Date
Fri, 7 Feb - Sun, 8 Mar 2020

Tue - Fri: 7.30pm
Sat: 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sun: 2.30pm

Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

S$70, S$60, S$45, S$35 (Preview Show 7 Feb, 7.30pm)
S$80, S$65, S$50, S$40 (Tue-Thu, 7.30pm)
S$90, S$75, S$55, S$45 (Fri-Sat, 7.30pm & Sat-Sun, 2.30pm)

Seating Plan