Charles Court Opera transfers from the Rosemary Branch up the road to present its new production of Gilbert & Sullivan's witty satire of nineteenth-century British politics and institutions, set in the fictitious Japanese town of Titipu, where a former tailor is now an inept executioner with designs on his ward. But he has a rival. Directed by John Savournin; the designer is Gregor Donnelly; musical direction by David Eaton. The nine singers are accompanied by The Eaton-Young Piano Duo.
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