Plymouth Gilbert and Sullivan Fellowship sets sail with The Gondoliers
LOVE your operetta? Take a punt with The Gondoliers.
Plymouth Gilbert And Sullivan Fellowship promises a sparkling new production of the famous pair's last big hit next mouth.
The comedic saga of mistaken identity and misplaced affection will be at Devonport Playhouse, April 9-13.
The brothers of the title, Marco and Giuseppe, are played by Simon Prout and newcomer Dominic Thomas.
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The roles of their partners Gianetta and Tessa are taken by familiar face Kim Willcocks and Laura Ilsley, until now the fellowship's accompanist but now in her first role as a singer with the company.
Gareth Davies is Don Alhambra, while the Duke and Duchess of Plaza-Toro are played by Peter Clement and Gill Regan, with Anna Dunford as their daughter Casilda and Mark Sidey as their servant Luiz.
The Gondoliers is directed by Alan Spencer, with Jane Warwick conducting the professional orchestra.
The company is now in its 90th year and continues to enjoy success and acclaim.
The haul of prizes includes several National Operatic and Dramatic Association regional awards.
At Buxton International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival in 2010, the fellowship won the Best Traditional Production and Best Male Voice awards.