Welcome to Mostly G&S, a group based in the Reading, Berkshire area that enjoys singing operetta with specific emphasis on the works of WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, but also with interests in performing the works of composers such as Franz Lehár, Johann Strauss and Jacques Offenbach.
We have developed a style of performing concert versions of the shows, in a semi-staged way that allows the story to be conveyed while the music really shines through.
Please take a look around our website to find out more about us and our upcoming shows.
Two Kings of undue pride bereft- A 10th Anniversary gala concert.
Thank you so much to everyone that supported our 10th Anniversary show and helped us to make it a resounding success. We greatly value your support and hope that you enjoyed the performances.
This show saw the retirement of two of our founder members, Iain and Annie Whittaker. Iain has provided the society with his production and directing experience, leadership on the committee and given invaluable guidance to us all. Both he and Annie have also always been a source of encouragement and sunshine for us all and we will miss them greatly. We wish them our heartfelt best wishes for the future.
We are pleased to announce that our next performance in March 2020 is
If you would like to join in and sing with us, please click here for audition information
(no audition is required for the chorus).
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Have been involved for a few years and enjoy the concert concept as opposed to a full blown show, which I also like. Always need more men. Come and join an eclectic group, if you have enthusiasm and a desire to sing- David Wilson
We are always delighted to welcome new members.
It is not essential to be able to read music and be prepared to make some new friends and have fun!
Take a look at our JOIN US page to find out more information.
Very welcoming and friendly group, great fun performing G&S in a lovely intimate theatre - what's not to love!- Jenny Spence