Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience bursts back into life tonight with the Charles Court Opera’s production at The King’s Head Theatre.
Brimming with cheeky humour, some of Sullivan’s most irresistible music and deliciously over-the-top characters, Patience is a
hilarious, yet sophisticated comic opera not to miss.
Charles Court Opera make their long awaited return to the Islington theatre with a brand new, fresh and witty
production of Patience (or Bunthorne’s Bride), the masterly duo’s satire on artistic movements and meaningless fads.
It runs from today until June 28.
Director John Savournin and designer Simon Bejer (winner of Best Opera Production at this year’s Off-West-End Theatre Awards) will brush with modernity to bring out the operetta’s relevance to a modern audience.
With a cast of nine singers under the energetic musical direction of David Eaton, this fizzing new production promises to send you out smiling from ear to ear.