Tom is a first year archaeology student who is here to show that you don’t have to be able to read music to be in G&S – although it probably does help. He has so far performed with the Society in The Pirates of Penzance, as bass chorus member – namely an incompetent, bumbling policeman. Choreography is certainly not his strong suit; however he does enjoy putting in a shift at D-Bar after rehearsals! Tom became Social Secretary on a joint ticket in 2019, and is currently tackling a society fishing trip at the behest of the old President! He looks forward to helping take the historic Society closer to its 50th anniversary.
Robyn is a first year Psychology student who has been passionate about performing, and in particular singing from a very young age. She has been a member of multiple chapel choirs and had the opportunity to sing in Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and Chester Cathedral. Her recent productions include ‘Guys & Dolls’, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘Be My Baby’. She first fell in love with G&S when she had to perform ‘Poor Wandering One’ from ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ as one of her Grade 8 singing exam pieces, and later relished in the role of ‘Edith’ from the same production put on by the society previously this year. Robyn is a social butterfly, and is excited to provide the society with social events that bring all members closer together and provide lots of fun!