Winchester Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS - The Pirates of Penzance - May 1913 - Guildhall Winchester

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE - MAY 1913

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Musical Director and Producer - Mr George Sands

 

By Gilbert and Sullivan

 

CAST

Major General Stanley - Mr Ernest Hinxman

The Pirate King - Mr Jack Atkins

Samuel - Mr A J Crosby

Frederic - Mr Frank Major

Sergeant of Police - Mr J E Whitwam

Mabel - Miss Winifred Fairweather

Edith - Miss Lucie Richards

Kate - Miss Ida Jerram

Isabel - Miss Ruth Savage

Ruth - Miss D Elkins

 

Chorus of Pirates, Police, and General Stanley’s Daughters

Mr D alexander, Mr H Broomfield, Mr J D Boorman, Mr H M Brown, Mr B Conduit, Mr R Elkins, Mr H Elsmore, Mr E J Fielder, Mr J W Grimmett, Mr W J Lansdell, Mr W F Leach, Mr E J Holway, Mr J T Laverty, Mr C Y Pinnick, Mr Harold Savage, Mr S H Seeviour, Mrs Butcher, Mrs Murray, Mrs Hunter, Miss Chandler, Miss Ethel Gandy, Miss Grace, Miss Godden, Miss E Fielder, Miss Moody, Miss G Fielder, Miss Heather, Miss I Lake, Miss Lamb, Miss Page, Miss Pinnick, Miss M Rumbold, Miss Snook, Miss Williams, Miss Winter

Pirates of Penzance - May 1913
Pirates of Penzance - May 1913

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Pirates of Penzance - May 1913
Pirates of Penzance - May 1913

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1913 May - Pirates of Penzance - 4
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REVIEW
1913 May - REVIEW - Pirates of Penzance

This cartoon was included as part of the review of our inaugural production.  It was published in the Hampshire Observer on 24th May 1913 and lasts for a couple of pages.

Please click the image to see the full review.  The pdf is in three parts, the first page shows the article in its entirety, the next page is a brightened up version of this cartoon, and the final pages are of the text cleaned up to make them as legible as possible.