Pirates of Penzance – Why are pirate shows so good? Because they Aaargh!

Revivals are all the rage in the West End and we’re no exception. We’ll bring an SMP twist to an old favourite. Thrusting the Gilbert & Sullivan classic up to date with our hilarious take on it.
Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic opera is a tale packed full of soppy pirates, inept policeman, absurd adventures & improbable paradoxes. Frederic, a pirate’s apprentice, falls head-over-heels in love with Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley. Frederic is due to be released from his apprenticeship on his 21st birthday, but there’s a snag. Born on 29 February, he discovers he is technically a youngster. Although very much in love, his dedication to duty is unshakeable. Can he find a way to live happily-ever-after with Mabel? Will the Pirates Pillage the General’s daughters? Will the police do anything? The only way to find out is to watch the show!

Keep your eyes peeled for our bonafide Archie who plays the role of Roger the Cabin Boy. His job is to keep the rascally pirates topped up with rum and to create mischief wherever he can!

To keep updated with all the news about the show visit the Pirates blog at their website: http://www.smptheatre.co.uk

Tickets available through the Millfield Box office on 020 8807 6680 or online at http://www.millfieldtheatre.co.uk

Shows at 7.45pm with a matinee at 2.30pm on Saturday 10th.

Tickets priced £15 full £13 concessions.
Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, London N18 1PJ
Wednesday 7 Jun 2017 to Saturday 10 Jun 2017
Contact telephone: 020 8807 6680
Call to check latest times or cancellations.


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