The Importance of Being Earnest - Oscar Wilde

Outdoor Garden Theatre
The Irish Association of Suicidology is delighted to announce their second annual summertime open air theatre event in the beautiful Dubhlinn Gardens at Dublin Castle. Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company at 7pm on Friday 6th July for Oscar Wilde’s finest and best-loved romantic comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest. With a cast of unforgettably larger than life characters, the delightful Cecily, the roguish Algernon and the formidable Lady Bracknell are sure to keep you wildly entertained! Picnic with friends and enjoy this exquisite new production of Wilde’s hilarious tale of doubles lives and mistaken identities presented in full period costume.
Event Details: 
7pm Friday 6th July, Dubhlinn Gardens, Dublin Castle. Tickets €25. 
Dublin Castle will open from 6pm for ticket holders who are welcome to bring refreshments. Please bring your own low backed seating ( festival or camping chairs are ideal)
For tickets book online at or call 01-6674900. 
The IAS was founded in 1996 in response to concern regarding the growing rates of suicide in Ireland, by Dr. John Connolly, the late Dr. Michael Kelleher, and Mr. Dan Neville T.D. The IAS prides itself on being a forum where all organisations can come together and exchange knowledge regarding any aspect of suicidology which is gained from differing perspectives and experiences. In our opinion no group, voluntary or professional has a monopoly of wisdom or expertise about suicide.  Suicide prevention is everybody's responsibility and requires coordinated action by all parts of our society. Through its conferences and publications, the IAS highlights various aspects of suicide and endeavours to influence public policy and insure that positive action is taken to provide adequate strategies to combat this tragic problem in our society.