A spellbinding musical fantasy, Iolanthe is Gilbert & Sullivan at their sublime and satirical best. The world of politics and the world of fairy-tales collide in this irreverent send-up of the House of Lords, set to some of the most beautiful music ever written by Sir Arthur Sullivan.
It’s a first for Harrogate Gilbert and Sullivan Society who have not performed at the Frazer Theatre before. Their excellent cast includes seasoned professional and former Welsh National Opera Tenor, Donald Stephenson, (Lord Mountarrarat) and this brand new production is directed by artistic director, Sarah Helsby Hughes.
Iolanthe is staged from Thursday 9 May to Saturday 11 May at 7.30pm each evening with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm.
Tickets are £12 and are available online by clicking Buy Tickets above (booking fee applies).