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Express G&S

Tour synopsis, cast & creatives

Get ready to be swept away from Penzance to Titipu, from Venice to the Tower of London, from Portsmouth to Fairyland, as Charles Court Opera takes on the ill advisable challenge of performing the complete works of Gilbert & Sullivan in one night (or afternoon).
Approximate runtime 75minutes.

Lyrics W S Gilbert. Music Arthur Sullivan. Director John Savournin. Musical Director Davi Eaton. Company Charles Court Opera.

Tour details for Express G&S 2021

Between 2nd February 2021 and 13th February 2021 this tour will visit 2 venues in Inner London and St Albans. Current and future dates only.

Dates for Express G&S (Concert) tour

Tue, 2nd February 2021 to Sun, 7th February 2021
  Pleasance, Inner London»

Tue, 9th February 2021 to Sat, 13th February 2021
  Maltings Arts Centre, St Albans» - 1 suppliers available
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