Jamie MacDougall, tenor and Michael Barnett on keyboard, perform songs from Viennese operetta, opera and musical theatre.
Enjoy an afternoon of musical theatre delivered by fantastic voices.
Expulsion, electioneering and enchantment.
Join us as we explore the ways Gilbert and Sullivan changed the world! Through their own words and music, and those of their influences and contemporaries, this fun, intimate show …
Scotland’s professional touring company celebrates 10 years with one of the world’s best-loved operettas.
Ciara Harvie is an impressively talented mezzo-soprano from Edinburgh.
An evening that ‘bubbles with wit and good humour’, celebrating the timeless Savoy operas of the Victorian masters, WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.
Tony Law: ‘Philip and I have been talking about this for years.
Love is complicated.
The University of St Andrews Gilbert and Sullivan Society makes their regular contribution to the Festival Fringe, this year with HMS Pinafore.
An evening celebrating the legendary partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Malcolm Hardee Award-winning, gay, autistic comedian adopts a new stance.
The Countess Alex Zapak, direct from Berlin, presents her captivating new show NU(I)T
The international, trans-media, award-winning artist to perform at Brighton Fringe 2017.
The songs of Enrique Granados, Donizetti and Mozart brought to life with the signature warmth and power of the ravishing voice of Eline Vandenheede, a young soprano with a world cl…
Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado is a work that is in many ways very problematic, due to its fetishising and cultural stereotyping of the Japanese, written at the height of the …
St Andrews Gilbert and Sullivan Society with Mermaids Performing Arts return to the Festival Fringe with their typically entertaining style of presenting Gilbert & Sullivan, this t…
Musical Anthology is a performance of sacred, secular, classical, contemporary and world music with organ, trumpets and voice – Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Purcell, Galuppi, Boëllman…
From the ashes and ruins of long dead earth and the infinite blacknesses of what will be the year 2116, emerges the Funeral Doom Spiritual.
“Actually” Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 10th anniversary with performances dating back to the very beginning.
While it is laudable to have an open policy for membership of an amateur operatic society the knock-on effects can be dire as demonstrated in Cat-Like Tread’s production of H.
West End and opera star John Marshall returns with tenors Fraser Simpson, Bruce Davis, and Richard Lewis, piano, to perform favourite opera, Broadway and movie hits.
“In Pirates, there are gems from the first to the last minute.
The Secretary Turned CEO is a neon, cartoon parody of a classical opera, playing with traditional comedic characters and farcical situations in a modern setting.
Though Jane Austen is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most prominent literary names, Persuasion is perhaps her least widely read work.
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