This light opera, by Gilbert and Sullivan pokes fun at the Aesthetic Movement of the 1880 and the eccentric affectations of barely-disguised Victorian celebrities, including Oscar Wilde and his followers. Pretentious poets, swooning maidens, hearty milkmaids and posturing soldiers galore, all become targets of Gilbert and Sullivan’s razor-sharp wit. It also boasts probably Gilbert’s sharpest lyrics and one of Sullivan’s most scintillating scores.
Doors open 7.30pm plus Sunday matinée 14 April, doors open 2.30pm
Full: £10 Concession: £8
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