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Gilbert and Sullivan’s satire on the British aesthetic movement of the 1870s is performed by an all-male cast. Read More >

Gilbert and Sullivan’s opera is a satire on the British aesthetic movement of the 1870s, which is performed here by an all-male cast.

With typically British humour and sparkling music, Patience is the story of coy lovers and ridiculous poetic jousting for the attention of a pretty young milkmaid who has no interest in poetry.

Director Sasha Regan breathes new life into Patience following her award winning all-male The Pirates of Penzance, which tours Australia in autumn this year, and the critically acclaimed Iolanthe.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 15/02/2012

Closing Night: 10/03/2012

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Cast & Creative


Edward Bernstone, Stiofan O'Doherty, Dominic Brewer, Sean Quigley, Matthew James Willis, Thomas Heard, Edward Simpson, James Lacey, Mark Gillon, Matthew Markwick, Oliver Metcalfe, William Whelton, Daniel Bartlett, Raymond Tait, Jarred Page & Gareth Andrews


Director - Sasha Regan

Designer - Kingsley Hall

Choreographer - Drew McOnie

Lighting Designer - Steve Miller

Author - W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

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