UPCOMING PERFORMNCES

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
Our Next Show

The Mikado

The Alan Cornish Theatre The Oakwood Centre, Woodley, Reading RG5 4JZ

26–28 March 2020

Due to the current situation, we have unfortunately had to cancel all performances for this show. 

We hope that we will soon be able to bring you a new date for this performance.

 

In the meantime, please bear with us while we organise refunds.

Should you have any questions, please contact us at: 

mostlygands@gmail.com

The Mikado

The story of The Mikado revolves around a young fellow named Nanki-Poo who has banished himself from the little town of Titipu. Nanki-Poo, it seems, has fallen in love with a beautiful young lady called Yum-Yum. Unfortunately, Yum-Yum is engaged to be married to her guardian, the tailor Ko-Ko. However, when Nanki-Poo hears that Ko-Ko has been condemned to death for the capital crime of flirting, he hastily returns to Titipu, only to learn that Ko-Ko has not only been granted a reprieve, but has been promoted to the post of Lord High Executioner. The Mikado, soon takes notice of the lack of executions in Titipu and decrees that if no executions take place within the time of one month, the city shall be reduced to the status of a village. Ko-Ko, desperate to avoid cutting off his own head, vows to find a substitute, and as luck would have it, just at that moment, Nanki-Poo wanders onto the stage with a rope determined to take his own life rather than live life without his beloved Yum-Yum. Ko-Ko immediately siezes on this opportunity and offers the young lad one month of luxurious living at the end of which he would be relatively painlessly decapitated. Nanki-Poo agrees on the condition that he be married to Yum-Yum right away so that he can spend his last month in wedded bliss. But just as the wedding celebration begins, a law is discovered, much to Yum-Yum's distress, which decrees that a condemned man's wife must be buried alive with his corpse!

The Mikado Cast list March 2020-

Katisha- Anne Curry

Ko-Ko- Gareth Watkins

Mikado- Stuart Neal

Nanki-Poo- Gavin Evans

Peep-Bo- Jenny Spence

Pish-Tush- Jeff Trim

Pitti-Sing- Kathryn Marshall

Pooh-Bah- Anthony Huggett

Yum Yum- Jess Harris

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Next show:- Iolanthe, October 2020

To join us for our next performance, click here to find out rehearsal details and watch this space for audition details.

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