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Images of Hawke's Bay

When I was a lad I served a term….
at the National Tobacco Company in Ahuriri, Napier
(with profound apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan)
  A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke’s Bay :-)
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Hawke's Bay

Committee news and the return of the 'Grand Dinner'

The University of St Andrews Gilbert and Sullivan Society had their AGM a couple of weeks ago – and I am delighted to have been appointed Secretary for the next academic year! 175 more words

Gilbert And Sullivan

H.M.S. Pinafore - Review

H.M.S. Pinafore

by W.S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan 

Exeter Northcott 

Saturday 5th April 2014

Review by Saxon Mudge

Sometimes, when you least expect it, a show comes along and sweeps you off your feet, reminding you of what it is about theatre that makes it so special. 488 more words


Some opening night missteps at ‘Gondoliers,’ but all in all another solid performance from UMGASS crew

By Roger LeLievre
Ann Arbor, Mich. (Apr. 12, 2014)

You could almost hear the collective groan when, at the opening of “The Gondoliers” Thursday night, an announcement proclaimed that due to unforeseen circumstances the role of one of the title boatmen would be played by the show’s artistic director. 524 more words

Ann Arbor

Topsy Turvy 1999

Writer/director Mike Leigh is best known for his beautifully wrought slices of modern life in Secrets and Lies of Happy Go Lucky; in 1999, he took a step back from observing the minutiae of social awkwardness and made this lengthy but hugely entertaining evocation of a key moment in the careers of Gilbert and Sullivan. 90 more words


"The Grand Duke": Gilbert and Sullivan's most underrated opera.

(Act II is here. Many thanks to YouTube user John Burrows for posting it.)

As I have mentioned before, I really like Gilbert and Sullivan’s last operetta… 973 more words

My Opinion

How I Met Gilbert and Sullivan

Here’s to How I Met Your Mother, in my humble opinion, one of the greatest sitcoms of the 21st century (so far…)! I’ve laughed, literally out loud, cried, cringed, chuckled, and whatever other emotion you can think of during its 9 amazing seasons on CBS. 189 more words

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