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H.M.S. Pinafore - Opera Anywhere

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This is a tale of mismatched love across different social classes. Josephine is the captain’s daughter and has fallen for lowly sailor Ralph. Yet her father has other ideas – he has promised her to Sir Joseph Porter, the First Lord of the Admiralty. Will love prevail?

Climb aboard to find out and enjoy a feast of fun along the way. Hip hip hooray!

Company Artistic Director: Vanessa Woodward
Producer and General Manager: Mike Woodward
Production Director: Tristan Stocks
Musical Director: Nia Williams
Technical and Lighting Director: John Alcock
Woodwind: Nick Planas

“I’d like to say how much I loved your performance of The Pirates of Penzance on Friday evening in Steeple Aston Village Hall – what a treat for those of us living in the outback/sticks/back of beyond where I’d not normally expect to find opera! Beautiful voices, ingenious musical accompaniment and an amusing and creative production.”

Judd, audience member, Steeple Aston, September 2016

To find a performance near you visit: operaanywhere.com

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