Monday, 20 March 2017

St. Patrick's Week continues at The Gladstone - A Man of No Importance, 22-25 March 2017

A Man of No Importance
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Book by Terrence McNally

March 22-25 (preview March 21)
Tues-Sat 7:30 pm, Sat matinee 2:30 pm

A Man of No Importance tells the story of Alfie Byrne, an Oscar Wilde-loving bus driver in 1960's Dublin who directs an amateur group of thespians called the St. Imelda's Players. Filled with lilting Irish music and wry humour, it is a small, lovely musical that touches the heart and brings a smile to your face. This moving, elegant depiction of coming to terms with oneself reunites the award-winning team from Ragtime. The show will be a fundraiser for the Youville Centre, which motivates, educates and nurtures young mothers and their children to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society.

Why not make a night of it! indie women productions has teamed with Heart & Crown Preston Street to put a little more Irish in your March. Just show your ticket for A Man of No Importance at the Heart & Crown Preston Street location during the run of the show and they'll give you 15% off. 

A Man of No Importance runs March 22-25, 2017 with a preview on March 21. Tickets at, 613-233-4523 or at The Gladstone Box Office.
Adult: $38, Senior: $34, Student/Artist/Unwaged/Preview: $22

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