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Originally run in the West End 1995. East meets West head-on in an hilarious 1940's-style updating of the perennial Gilbert and Sullivan classic. Join an heir on the lam, a reluctant executioner and a woman loved by two men in an all-singing, all-dancing colourful show that is certain to provide the ideal evening out for the whole family.Performers Andrew Alexander (Nanki-Poo), Robin Colyer, Ian Conningham (Gentleman of Japan), Neil Ditt (Gentleman of Japan), Georgina Field (Peep-Bo), Jeffrey Harmer (Ko-Kop), Nicola Hughes (Yum-Yum), Junix Inocian (Mikado), Rebecca Jackson (Lady of Japan), Karen Mann (Katisha), Kit Orton (Pish-Tush), Helen Power (Pitti-Sing).
Adapted by David H Bell. Adapted by Rob Bowman. Choreographer Suzi Allan. Corporate Sponsor Kerridge. Producer Watermill Theatre. Corporate Sponsor Kerridge. Director Craig Revel Horwood. Director Sarah Travis (music). Design Diego Pitarch. Sound Gary Dixon. Lighting Richard G Jones.
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