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Outdoor Performance: The Pirates of Penzance

When? 08 August 2019
Where? Weymouth

  • Outdoor Performance: The Pirates of Penzance
  • Outdoor Performance: The Pirates of Penzance

The Nothe Fort is delighted to be hosting, in conjunction with Dorchester Arts, The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan.

This is a joint venture working in partnership and we are delighted to be hosting Opera Anywhere who will be performing at the Fort for the first time.

A swashbuckling farce of brilliant humour and razor-sharp wit, the Pirates of Penzance is complete with brave(ish) pirates, a completely dotty Major-General, his beautiful unwed daughters and a bumbling bunch of hopeless but hilarious policemen.

With such famous songs as I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General, A Policemen’s Lot Is Not A Happy One, and Poor Wand’ring One to name but a few, this is a fantastic family friendly mix of comic characters, witty dialogue, and great tunes. Perfect entertainment for a summer’s evening…

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