Live from the World of Gilbert and Sullivan Production at the Royal Albert Hall on the occasion of Frederic's 31st birthday.
Ruth (a pirate maid of all work) ... SUSAN TYRRELL
Chorus of pirates, policemen and General Stanley's daughters with the Young Savoyards also featuring
CROYDON OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION
HARLOW OPERA COMPANY
JERSEY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN CHORUS
LEICESTER OPERATIC PLAYERS PINNER AND HATCH END
SWANSEA UPLANDS ARTS CLUB
SWINDON GILBERT AND SULLI
WIMBLEDON LIGHT OPERA SOCIETY
London Savoyard Orchestra conductor JOHN BURROWS
Act 1: A rocky seashore on the coast of Cornwall
During the interval. John Dunn examines Gilbert and Sullivan before their partnership
Act 2: A ruined chapel by moonlight
Production for the World of Gilbert and Sullivan bv NORMAN MEADMORE
Producer BARRY KNIGHT followed by an interlude
Samuel (his lieutenant):
Frederic (the pirate apprentice).:
Sergeant of Police:
Daughters of Major-:
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