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Gilbert and Sullivan

In its rebuilt form, Wilton’s Music Hall dates from exactly the same period as the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, whose premiere was given...

In 1890, impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte, composer Arthur Sullivan and librettist WS Gilbert fell out over the costs of a carpet. It ended in...

Two works from the early years of the Gilbert and Sullivan partnership are presented together and in contrasting manner. Festival founder Ian Smith stages legal...

It's evidence of the ongoing popularity of Gilbert and Sullivan that this year alone the UK has seen three professional productions of their 1882...

After the demise of the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, Ian Smith feared Gilbert and Sullivan’s legacy might fade into obscurity, so he founded the...

He’s worked with James Corden, Spider-Man and Paddington, now Cal McCrystal is directing Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe for the ENO and he’s ‘stuffing it...

Back in 2004, Opera North enjoyed artistic success with Eight Little Greats, a season made up of one-act pieces played in various permutations. This...

After founding the Union Theatre 20 years ago, the director juggles work on the London fringe with commercial tours. She tells Mark Shenton about the...

Sasha Regan’s all-male Gilbert & Sullivan productions are becoming a theatrical institution in their own right. For their success they depend on solid vocal...
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