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Theatre Royal: The Mikado

- June 5, 2017

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Following the highly successful all-male tours of H.M.S. Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance, Sasha Regan returns with the world premiere of the irresistible The Mikado, one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most famous operettas

In true topsy turvy fashion, Gilbert and Sullivan’s inherent humour and timeless tunefulness are married with Regan’s wicked sense of fun. This vibrant production successfully pokes playful fun at British politics and institutions. The crazy storyline takes us to 1950s England where a school camping trip is visiting the far away land of Titipu – a place where flirting is banned on pain of death and where tailors can become Lord High Executioners but cannot cut off another’s head, until they have cut off their own!

Regan’s idea to transform these much loved classics into all-male productions stems from her own experiences performing Gilbert and Sullivan at a single sex school. Her shows are now renowned for playing on the humour that can emerge from these gender changes.

Playing on the humour that can emerge from these gender changes

Regan comments:
“Nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing our work playing in some of the most beautiful theatres our country has to offer. 2017 is going to be a great year for us as we bring a brand new staging to our audiences – it’s beyond exciting.”

Sasha was recently awarded the Special Achievement Award at the Off West End Awards 2017 for her contribution to musical theatre.

★★★★ Theatre Bath
“The humour is infectious. The talent across the entire company is staggering and the results are joyous.”

★★★★ Edinburgh Guide
“Sasha Regan’s All Male Mikado is a jolly jamboree full of boisterous (should that be boysterous?) infectious fun. A toe wiggling tonic!”

Theatre Royal Brighton
Tues 13 – Sat 17 June
0844 871 7650*
*Booking fees apply. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge.

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