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HMS Pinafore premiered in 1878 at the Opera Comique in London, and became Gilbert and Sullivan's first smash hit, enjoying a successful run of 571 performances. Satirising the snobbery and hypocrisy of the English social system of its day. HMS Pinafore is a comic tale of love, class pretensions and mistaken identities. Questioning the integrity of the ruling elite and exposing the duplicitous motives of leaders of power, this comedy still has remarkable resonance today. All Male Version.


Danny Becker (Ralph Rackstraw), Sam Kipling (Josephine), Juan Jackson (Captain Corcoran), Jazz Evans (Dick Deadeye), Scott Armstrong (Miss Cripps 'Little Buttercup'), David McKechnie (Sir Joseph Porter / K.C.B.), Richard Russell Edwards (Cousin Hebe), Matthew McDonald (Boatswain), Tom Duern, Gareth Evans, Patrick Cook, Joshua Clayton, Oliver Ramsdale, Matthew Facchino, Trevor Lin (Swing), Zac Adlam (Swing)


Music: A.Sullivan
Lyrics: W.S.Gilbert
Director: Sasha Regan
Choreographer: Lizzi Gee
Design: Ryan Dawson Laight
Lighting: Ben Bull
Producer: Regan De Wynter Williams Ltd

HMS Pinafore - or The Lass That Loved a Sailor

HMS Pinafore - or The Lass That Loved a Sailor (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T1088351814. Details of all HMS Pinafore - or The Lass That Loved a Sailor archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1953

Archive Listings

21 Apr 22
27 Apr 22
Theatre Royal
Winchester, Hampshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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