AG&SS Productions

The Gondoliers (2016)

The story of two republican-minded gondoliers who discover that one of them is really a prince, and how they bring republican ideals into their kingdom!

The Sorcerer (2015)

A story based on a favourite operatic theme about a magic love potion that results in everyone falling in love with the wrong partner.

The Mikado (2014)
Written to take advantage of the popularity of all things Japanese during the Victorian era, this show is the audiences’ favourite in the present day!

Iolanthe (2013)
This show makes fun of politicians and especially the members of the House of Lords who all love Phyllis, a ward of court, and refuse to let her marry Strephon, who they think is a shepherd, but who turns out to be half a fairy.  When the fairies take over the House of Lords all kinds of difficulties follow but all is resolved after the fairies fall in love with the Lords!

Princess Ida (2012)
This show makes fun of the establishment of a women’s college by Princess Ida from which all men are barred.

Patience (2011)
This show mocks the aesthetic poetical movement that was very fashionable in London Society at the time Gilbert was writing.  It pokes fun at the affectations of the poets, the admiration of the ladies for such aesthetic style and te reaction of the Dragoon Guards who are also keen to win the womens’ affections!

Pirates of Penzance (2010)
A rollocking adventure set in Cornwall involving Pirates, Policemen, Major General Stanley and his daughters and the unfortunate consequences of Frederick having been born on 29th February!

Ruddigore (2009)
Based on the family who lived in East Riddlesden Hall, the plot tells the story of the Baronets of Ruddigore who are cursed. Anyone who succeeds to the title has to commit a crime every day – or perish in inconceivable agony!

Yeomen of the Guard (2008)
Set in the tower of London, this is the most operatic of the shows in the G&S repertoire and the most tragic!

The Mikado (2007)
Written to take advantage of the popularity of all things Japanese during the Victorian era, this show is the audiences’ favourite in the present day!

H.M.S. Pinafore (2006)
The story pokes fun at the Social divide in Victorian society and at those Lords of the Admiralty who had never set foot on board a ship!

The Gondoliers (2005)
The story of two republican-minded gondoliers who discover that one of them is really a prince, and how they bring republican ideals into their kingdom!

The Sorcerer (2004)
A story based on a favourite operatic theme about a magic love potion that results in everyone falling in love with the wrong partner.