Beane Wass & Box supports Red Rose Chain production of The Importance of Being Earnest
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Ipswich-based commercial property agents and chartered surveyors Beane Wass & Box is sponsoring the latest production by Suffolk theatre group Red Rose Chain.
The show, a “new and re-imagined” take on Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, opened at The Avenue Theatre in Ipswich yesterday and runs until April 9.
Richard Bertram, director of Beane Was & Box, which is based in Arcade Street, Ipswich, said: “The Red Rose Chain is one of Suffolk’s gems and we are delighted to support their latest production.
“It’s essential that we all rally together to support local talent and ensure that the theatre is in a position to continue providing the community with first-class stage productions.”
Joanna Carrick of Red Rose Chain added: “We are delighted that Beane Wass & Box is sponsoring our production of The Importance of Being Earnest.
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“It is this sort of generosity and support that makes it possible for us to continue to delight audiences at The Avenue and to carry out our extensive programme of community work with young people and vulnerable adults. We are very grateful.”
For further details and tickets, call the box office on 01473 603388 or visit www.redrosechain.com
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