It's been ten years since London's tiny Union Theatre in Southwark, SE1 first launched their all-male cast production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance, and its unquestionably been the biggest hit of the several G&S productions director Sasha Regan has also staged, including Iolanthe, The Mikado and HMS Pinafore. This production has since travelled throughout Britain and to Australia (in 2012) and it is now triumphantly back at Wilton's Music Hall where it previously played...
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Sasha Regan's All-male The Pirates of Penzance
Sasha Regan's award-winning All-male Company are set to lift everyone's spirits with a pre-Christmas treat in their new West End pirate's cove. The swashbuckling pirates and their winsome lasses sail into the Palace Theatre with their inventive new take on W. S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan's classic operetta THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Featuring a dazzling cast singing songs including: "I am a Pirate King"; "Oh, happy day, with joyous glee" and "A rollicking band of pirates we", they are sure to raise the roof off the Palace Theatre!
Expect plenty of japes from the crew who are braving the high seas with rum and hand-sanitisers to bring you a socially distanced Covid-secure show. A joyous and much needed escape for families and friends.
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Cast list: Alan Richardson, David McKechnie, Richard Russell Edwards, Leon Craig, Sam Kipling, Marc Akinfolarin, Michael Burgen, Lee Greenaway, Matthew Facchino, Tom Duern, Jamie Chidzey, Joel Elferink, Oliver Savile, Dominic Harbison and Daniel Miles
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UPDATE: The Pirates of Penzance is now available to stream on stream.theatre from 29 March - 5 April. For more information, read here.As part of the winter season of socially-distant performances at the Palace Theatre, Sasha Regan's all-male production of The Pirates of Penzance will transfer to the West End. The Gilbert and Sullivan opera will be performed on 12-13 December.In this inventive take on the classic, the pirates continue to brave the high seas. Audiences can still listen to the...