Palace Theatre, Watford, Herts
Directed by Julia Rufey
Musical Direction by Philip Joslin
Assistant Director Graham Jackson
The most popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera, “The Mikado” has delighted audiences for more than a century and we are confident that our traditionally-styled production will do the same. The town of Titipu is the setting for the typically-tangled love story of the disguised son of the Emperor and the ward of the Lord High Executioner. Including a jilted lady not to be trifled with, a faked execution, a pompous politician and some silly maids from school the story is outrageously entertaining and, as usual, everything is underpinned with some great Sullivan music.
For tickets, please call 01923 225671 or view and print the booking form.
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