The Pirates of Penzance

Tickets are now available for ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ and can be ordered online by clicking on the event shown in the Events Calendar.

If you prefer you can also arrange your ticket by phoning 0151

The Pirates of Penzance

Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera is packed full of sentimental pirates, blundering policeman, absurd adventures and improbable paradoxes.

Frederic, a pirate’s apprentice, falls head-over-heels in love with Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley. Frederic is due to be released from his apprenticeship on his 21st birthday, but there’s a snag. Born on 29 February, Frederic discovers that he is technically still a youngster. Although very much in love, his dedication to duty is unshakeable. Can he find a way to live happily-ever-after with Mabel?

West Wirral Musical Society will be performing for 3 nights with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.

Please do come along and support us.

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Dickens meets Gilbert & Sullivan

Join us for an enjoyable musical version of the classic Dickens tale, ‘A Christmas Carol’ with well known songs from the Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire, adapted by Mr Barry Prescot.

West Wirral Musical Society will be performing for 3 nights with a matinee at 2.30pm.

Please do come along and support us.

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Spring Concert

Join us for a selection Songs from the Shows, with a variety of solo and chorus pieces for your evening entertainment.

West Wirral Musical Society will be performing on 2 evenings, at St Luke’s Methodist Church, Hoylake and Christ Church, Bebington.

Please do come along and support us.

Master to Master

Master to Master is a wonderful musical play written by Mr Barry Prescott telling the story of Gilbert and Sullivan. It includes musical numbers from each of the Savoy Operas.

It is being performed at Westbourne Hall, West Kirby from 12th to 15th October 2016.

It is a glorious thing to be a Pirate King.

Frederick

And so do his sisters, and his cousins and his aunts. His sisters and his cousins, whom he reckons up by dozens, And his aunts!

Sir Joseph

And that singular anomoly, the lady novelist – I don’t think she’d be missed. I’m sure she’d not be missed!

Ko Ko