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Gilbert & Sullivan invite you...

Tomorrow Saturday 18 May 2019!

Audlem Voices, with visiting soloists Jane Johnson, Pamela Clarke, Philip Cartwright and Kevin Whitfield, will assemble in St James' Church at 7.30pm to delight and entertain you with a selection of fun and frolicsome, frantic and fiery, sometimes fatuous but always fantastic pieces from famous works by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.

A whistle-stop tour of the topsy-turvy worlds they created awaits you, where absurdity is always taken to the literal extreme — and beyond!

Listen carefully to every word — but keep in mind that nothing is what it seems...

With refreshments in the interval, this is an evening's entertainment not to be missed!
Tickets £8.00 — available from choir members, at the newsagents and on the door.

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