A Feast Of Gilbert And Sullivan

The UK’s Number 1 Gilbert and Sullivan Concert.

Recapturing all the fun and magic of the original D’Oyly Carte Opera Company


Much Loved Productions is proud to present the UK’s №1 Gilbert and Sullivan concert. Performing the words and music of this great duo, in all their traditional glory. This is family entertainment at its very best, packed with great melodies and heaps of fun. Presented by the soloists with short scenes of dialogue and witty anecdotes of times spent in The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company this is a concert not to be missed
5 Different Programmes:

Featuring Selections from all the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera’s

Trial By Jury, The Sorceror, HMS Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, Patience, Iolanthe, Princess Ida, The Mikado. Ruddigore, The Yeomen of the Guard, The Gondoliers, Utopia Ltd and The Grand Duke


This show features 5 singers who also introduce the show
It works well with either piano, or The British Philharmonic Concert Orchestra given the demand for return performances, we present 5 different programmes as indicated above, each packed with great melodies.

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A Feast Of Gilbert And Sullivan, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, July 19

This show had a winning formula, with the 32-piece British Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Kraus, and former singers of The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company performing favourites from all the Gilbert and Sullivan operas.

Soprano Yvonne Patrick, mezzo soprano Louise Crane, tenor Nicholas Sales, baritone Jeremy Peaker and bass Richard Woodall were outstanding as they did justice to Gilbert’s outlandish rhymes and Sullivan’s magical music.

For Woodall it was a triumphant return to his home town and he proved to be an imposing Mikado.

Songs were often interspersed with witty stories and anecdotes, with the comedic Peaker and engaging Woodall in their element as they delivered them.
It was a good mix which ensured an evening to remember for Gilbert and Sullivan fans.

Tuesday 23rd July 2013 in The Critic By Heather Flood Eastbourne Herald