Harrogate 2015

For the Harrogate 22nd International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival UNIfest, our society was invited to perform Princess Ida! We performed on Monday 17th August 2015 in the Harrogate Theater and received a fantastic response from our audience! This production was overseen by the 2015/16 committee.

The Harrogate 22nd International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival

We also took home 4 awards and 2 nominations for UNIfest – the most of any society!

Best Female Voice – Annabel Gipp – NOMINATED
Best Male Performer – Andrew Hurst – WON
Best Musical Director – Jess Douglas – WON
Best Director – Lydia Worrall & Adrian Horan – NOMINATED
Adjudicator’s Award – WON
1st Runner Up – WON

You can also read a review of the production here.

Crew

Artistic Directors: Adrian Horan and Lydia Worrall

Musical Director: Jess Douglas

Technical Director: Emily Blackman-Gibson

Costumes: York Theatre Royal and Meredith Daniel

Cast

Princess Ida: Annabel Gipp

Prince Hilarion: Alex Davison

King Gama: Euan Brook

King Hildebrand: Tom ‘Bruggsy’ Bruggenwirth

Lady Psyche: Lily Manshel

Lady Blanche: George Pugh

Cyril: Andrew Hurst

Florian: Christopher Oates

Melissa: Eleanor Dunsdon

Chloe: Jenny Jones

Sacharissa: Hannah Scregg

Ada: Claire Smith

Arac: Peter May

Guron: Callam Neville

Scynthius: Pierre-Alain Guillaume van Griethuysen

Female Chorus: Jess Burgess, Jessie Clark, Charlotte Gower, Alice Rathbone and Lydia Worrall.

Male Chorus: Daniel Clements, Rob Drane, Adrian Horan, Matt Leonard, Stuart Roberts.

Gallery

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