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Sudbury Musicals Society marks 30 years with Gilbert and Sullivan classic




Sudbury Musicals Society are performing The Pirates of Penzance at the Quay Theatre. Pictured: Patrick Miller as the Pirate King and Nick Weston as Police Sergeant ANL-150511-115120001
Sudbury Musicals Society are performing The Pirates of Penzance at the Quay Theatre. Pictured: Patrick Miller as the Pirate King and Nick Weston as Police Sergeant ANL-150511-115120001

As it celebrates 30 years of shows this year, the Sudbury Musicals Society is performing a Gilbert and Sullivan classic at the Quay Theatre this month.

The group is putting on The Pirates of Penzance from November 18-21. Patrick Miller stars as the Pirate King, with Charles Morelli as the Major General.

First opened in 1879, the swashbuckling show remains one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most successful collaborations and features well-known tunes such as Major-General’s Song, With cat-like tread and Poor wand’ring one.



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