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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