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'The Pirates of Penzance (or the Slave of Duty)' is probably the most humorous of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, with tuneful melodies and well known songs, Poor Wandering One, I Am The Very Model of a Modern Major General, The Sergeant of Police and Policeman's Chorus.

Performers Simon Butteriss (Major General), Alistair McGowan (The Pirate King), Mark Evans (Samuel), David Curry (Frederic), Rebecca Bottone (Mabel), Abigail Iveson (Edith), Anna Lowe (Kate), Rosie Bell (Isabel), Alison Jiear (Ruth), Michael Howe (The Pirate King), Peter Horton (Frederic), Norma Atallah (Ruth), Leigh Rhiannon Coggins (Mabel), Graham Hoadly (Major General), Dickon Gough (Police Sergeant).
Music A Sullivan. Lyrics W S Gilbert. Producer Raymond Gubbay. Conductor Richard Balcombe. Company London Concert Chorus. Company Manchester Concert Orchestra.

The Pirates of Penzance

The Pirates of Penzance (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T250894028. Details of all The Pirates of Penzance archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2058

Archive Listings

13 Mar 11Symphony Hall
West Midlands
12 Mar 11Barbican Centre
West End
Greater London
11 Mar 11Bridgewater Hall
Greater Manchester

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