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Following their recent sold-out, critically acclaimed run of The Pirates of Penzance, Charles Court Opera are to swash and buckle their way through The Three Musketeers, their 6th 'off-piste' pantomime at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, with their legendary esprit de corps and joie de vivre. Set apart by remarkably high musical standards, CCO's musical pantomimes have become a legendary part of North London's Christmas. This year promises to be a tour de force of music, jokes and utter silliness, with writer/director John Savournin appearing as the Mother Superior alongside your favourite characters, including d'Artagnan, Cardinal Richelieu, the three musketeers and a novice in a nunnery... With performances ranging from adults-only nights to children's matinees, this "raucously good fun" (Time Out Critics' Choice) Christmas show is suitable for all ages and interests.Company Charles Court Opera (in association with the Rosemary Branch Theatre). Book by John Savournin. Book by David Eaton. Lyrics John Savournin. Lyrics David Eaton. Director John Savournin. Musical Director David Eaton. Design James Perkins. Costume Mia Wallden. Lighting Nic Holdridge.
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