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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 Paul Bradley (Major General), Jimmy Johnston (Pirate King), Gay Soper (Ruth), John Owen-Jones, Thomas Aaron, John Conroy, Tim Godwin, Nigel Harman, Paul Kissaun, Craig Parkinson, Giles Taylor, Sara Hillier, Joanne Redman, Fiona Dunn, Bernadine Pritchett, Lucy Quick, Stephen Matthews.
Music A Sullivan. Lyrics W S Gilbert. Company The New Shakespeare Company Ltd. Director Ian Talbot. Design Terry Parson. Director Catherine Jayes (music). Choreographer Gillian Gregory. Director Terry King (fight). Lighting Jason Taylor. Sound Angela McCluney. Sound Simon Whitehorn. Director Clare Prenton (assistant director). Director Catherine Jayes (music). Director William Barnett (assistant music). Music Steven Edis (musical arrangement).

The Pirates of Penzance

The Pirates of Penzance (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T281939889. Details of all The Pirates of Penzance archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2058

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