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FOLLOWING the success of The Pirates of Penzance in 2013, Scottish Opera once again joins forces with D'Oyly Carte Opera Company to present another of Gilbert and Sullivan's much loved comic classics, The Mikado.
Awards include best regional musical from the National Operatic and Dramatic Association for The Wizard of Oz in 2006, The Buddy Holly Story back in 2008,and the Pirates of Penzance in 2012.
How apt, then, that The Pirates of Penzance is being performed at the Westgate Road venue this week, prompting happy memories and also introducing a new and younger audience to the delights of G&S.
30pm, PS20/PS15 FILM director Mike Leigh has turned his attention not just to the stage, but to Gilbert & Sullivan, and their piratical operetta the Pirates of Penzance.
Review Production: The Pirates of Penzance by Huddersfield Gilbert and Sullivan Society Venue: Lawrence Batley Theatre Review: William Marshall Rating:?
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Now it's bringing Gilbert and Sullivan's most popular comic opera The Pirates of Penzance to Wales.
On Wednesday and Thursday The Pirates of Penzance will take to the stage - a jolly romp complete with a swash buckling pirates and a completely dotty Major General.
The award-winning team at London's Union Theatre who brought The Pirates of Penzance to Cate Blanchett's Sydney Theatre, take Gilbert & Sullivan's much-loved comic opera below deck.
The troupe has plans to tour the county and outlying areas and present a co-production of the Pirates of Penzance with the Paris Performers in the near future.
They didn't look a bit like Somali pirates - more like the Pirates of Penzance.
I am the slave of duty" is a line from Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance, but unlike playwrights Ibsen and Shaw, Gilbert supported the 19th century British class system.