Main Show – The Gondoliers 2017

Keep and eye on this page to stay up to date on our Spring 2017 production of The Gondoliers.

For our main show this academic year we are taking to the streets/canals of Venice in our 2017 production of The Gondoliers (also known as ‘The King of Barataria’). Our directorial team for this show is composed of Artistic Directors Stefan Grant and Ellen Rhiannon Garbutt, our Musical Director Toby Randall-Paley, and in a new role for this year, Jake Adams as the show’s Producer.

Whilst on the subject of new and exciting things, for the first time in the history of our fair society, our main show will not be being performed in Central Hall, but will be in the Joseph Rowntree Theatre!  Needless to say we’re all very excited to have the opportunity to perform in such a wonderful venue. We will keep you updated with information about how to book tickets soon. Hold on to your boaters, cause this is going to be a wild ride!

3 thoughts on “Main Show – The Gondoliers 2017

    • Hi Frances,

      Our evening performances are on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of February, with an additional matinee performance on the 25th. You will be able contact the box office at the Joseph Rowntree Theatre for more information or to book your tickets soon, however they aren’t currently available for purchase. We will be posting both on here and on our Facebook fan page as soon as our tickets go on sale. Fear not, they will definitely be available by Christmas (and we heartily approve of your taste in presents!).

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  1. Fantastic. My wife and I have had immense pleasure in going to all but one of the University’s G & S productions. They have always been a joy and have been getting better and better – year on year. Looking forward to February. We wish you all every SUCCESS at The Rowntree Theatre.
    Tony and Ann Gregory.

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