THE MIKADO  -  or the Town of Titipu
Jul
2
to Jul 6

THE MIKADO - or the Town of Titipu

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The Mikado is one of Gilbert & Sullivan’s most well-known works, satirising Victorian Britain’s politics and aristocracy, cleverly disguised by its setting in exotic Japan.  It is a tangled web of intrigue, false identities,  thwarted love and marriage, with the ever-present threat of execution hanging over all those involved.  The result is a complex parody with memorable tunes, witty dialogue and colourful costumes.

Tickets: £12.00 (under 18s £6.00)

Buy one get one half price on first night Tuesday 2 July

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The Sorcerer
Jul
14
7:30 PM19:30

The Sorcerer

THE SORCERER, by Gilbert and Sullivan

At the behest of a well-meaning but thoroughly misguided toff, a mysterious “dealer in magic and spells” administers a love-potion to an entire village. The consequences are inevitable and hilarious as the villagers form passionate, and entirely unsuitable, attachments to each other. 


First performed in 1877, The Sorcerer was the first full-length opera by Gilbert & Sullivan, crammed with delightful songs, witty dialogue and archetypal satire. 

Free admission - Retiring Collection for The Rosemary Foundation

www.rosemary-foundation.org.uk Registered charity No 106472

 

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Mr Rodgers and Mr Hammerstein
Dec
2
to Dec 4

Mr Rodgers and Mr Hammerstein

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Havant Light Opera celebrate some of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s greatest songs from best loved shows such as Oklahoma, The King and I, South Pacific, Carousel, and The Sound of Music. These will be followed be some traditional Christmas Carols and seasonal music ready to get you into the festive mood!

Tickets: £10, £5 under 18s
Available from the Spring Arts & Heritage Centre.

thespring.co.uk

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The Pirates of Penzance
Jun
19
to Jun 20

The Pirates of Penzance

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Jul
3
to Jul 7

HMS Pinafore

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