Little Theatre/The Sorcerer/090719

The Sorcerer
A tale of mirth, magic and mystery set in rural England, and the first Gilbert and Sullivan collaboration in which the two had complete control of the production. When a love potion, concocted by a local firm of sorcerers, is administered to unsuspecting villagers and which will see them fall in love with the first person of the opposite sex that they meet on waking up, what could possibly go wrong?

Cast and credits

Playwrite/Author/Book
W.S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan
Director
Maggie Campbell
Music
Jonathan Waterworth

Performances

Tuesday, 09 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Wednesday, 10 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Thursday, 11 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Friday, 12 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
St Mark's Road, Meadfoot, Torquay, TQ1 2EL
Box Office:
01803 299330
About The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
The Society was founded in 1973, mainly as an appreciation Society. Since then, however, it has performed all the operas of Gilbert & Sullivan and also hold regular concerts at various venues throughout South Devon. Up until 2002 the main production each year was held in the Palace Theatre in Paignton but since 2003 has been staged at the Little Theatre. During its 40 year history the Society has achieved a number of notable successes. In 1978 it achieved world-wide renown when it sung all 13 of the published G&S operas in succession; a feat it repeated in 1998. The Society also had the distinction of staging Pirates on the 100th anniversary of its first production in the very theatre where it was first performed (alas now gone).
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
The Sorcerer
A tale of mirth, magic and mystery set in rural England, and the first Gilbert and Sullivan collaboration in which the two had complete control of the production. When a love potion, concocted by a local firm of sorcerers, is administered to unsuspecting villagers and which will see them fall in love with the first person of the opposite sex that they meet on waking up, what could possibly go wrong?
Cast and credits
Playwrite/Author/Book
W.S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan
Director
Maggie Campbell
Music
Jonathan Waterworth
Performances
Tuesday, 09 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Wednesday, 10 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Thursday, 11 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00
Friday, 12 July
Performances:
7:30pm
Adult £
14.00
Concession £
13.00
Student/Child £
5.00