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Regan De Wynter Williams present SASHA REGAN’S ALL MALE

The Mikado

by W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

18 - 22 April 2017

The Mikado

The Mikado

Alan Richardson, Richard Russell Edwards, James Jukes, Ben Vivian-Jones, Richard Munday

Alan Richardson, Richard Russell Edwards, James Jukes, Ben Vivian-Jones, Richard Munday

Alan Richardson - Yum-Yum

Alan Richardson - Yum-Yum

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko and Alex Weatherhill - Katisha

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko and Alex Weatherhill - Katisha

Richard Munday - Nanki-Poo

Richard Munday - Nanki-Poo

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko & Richard Munday - Nanki-Poo

David Mckechnie - Ko-Ko & Richard Munday - Nanki-Poo

Peter Houston - Ensemble

Peter Houston - Ensemble

Overview

From the team that brought you the award-winning Pirates of Penzance and HMS Pinafore

With its hugely successful all-male versions of Gilbert and Sullivan’s work, Sasha Regan’s company has become one of the most popular with Theatre Royal Bath’s audiences. Previous visits include The Pirates of Penzance, winner of Best Off West End Production at the WhatsOnStage Awards, and 2016’s hugely acclaimed HMS Pinafore. Now the company returns for a third time with The Mikado, a fabulous new production which will be opening in Bath.

Gilbert and Sullivan, at the height of their creative genius, take us to the far away land of Titipu, where their penchant for poking fun at British Institutions, combined with their inherent humour and timeless tunefulness, make for, arguably, the most popular opera ever written. The Mikado includes the songs A Wand’ring Minstrel I, Three Little Maids, Willow Tit Willow and Some Day it Might Happen, aka The List!

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  • Reviews

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    4 Star Rating This is as imaginative, clever, witty and unstuffy a production of Gilbert and Sullivan as you are likely to find - Stage Talk

    An outstanding male soprano performance from Alan Richardson as Yum-Yum - Bristol Post

    The talent across the entire company is staggering ... and the results are joyous - Theatre Bath

     

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    Nanki- Poo - Richard Munday

    Yum-Yum - Alan Richardson

    Ko-Ko - David McKechnie

    Mikado - James Waud

    Katisha - Alex Weatherill

    Pooh-Bah - Ross Finney

    Pish-Tush - Ben Vivian-Jones

    Pitti-Sing - Jame Jukes

    Ensemble - Jordan Ginger, Mathew Hobbs, Peter Houston, Daniel Miles, Daniel Slade, Joey Warne

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    Times

    Tuesday – Wednesday 7.30pm Thursday – Saturday 8pm Matinees Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm

    Running Time: tbc

    Prices

    Mon – Fri eves and Sat mat: £20.00 £25.50 £27.50 £30.50 £32.50
    Sat eve: £22.50 £26.50 £28.50 £31.50 £34.50
    Wed Mat £18.50 £24.00 £26.00 £30.00 £31.00

     

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