Sasha Regan's All Male
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, H.M.S. Pinafore has now been rescheduled to 21 – 27 Apr 2022 (original dates 2 – 7 May 2022). Original tickets can be exchanged for the new date or returned.
Off-West End award nominations:
BEST OPERA PRODUCTION
BEST PERFORMANCE IN AN OPERA PRODUCTION for the entire ensemble
Come and sail the ocean blue with Sasha Regan's smash hit award-winning All-Male Company which docks in Winchester for another nautical adventure!
Burly sailors will take you below deck on a World War II battleship in this inventive reimagining of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's fourth collaboration and first international blockbuster: H.M.S. Pinafore, or The Lass That Loved a Sailor.
With infectious tunes and a beautifully constructed libretto, this charming comic operetta deals with the age-old conundrum of love between social classes.
The Captain's daughter, Josephine, is caught between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea when she falls for lower class sailor Ralph Rackstraw, but the Captain wishes for her to marry the upstanding Sir Joseph Porter, the First Lord of the Admiralty.
Will Josephine follow her heart or honour her father’s wish? Anything is possible in this epic seagoing love story!
Expect plenty of mischief, mistaken identities and surprises on the high seas from a diverse crew of brawny Popeyes and fair lasses.
Joyful, witty and fun for all the family!
Boarding passes are available now. Don’t miss the boat!
"the greatest gift theatre can give"
"What utter, complete bliss"
"A tonic and a treat"
H.M.S. Pinafore presented by Regan De Wynter Williams
Danny Becker (Ralph Rackstraw); Sam Kipling (Josephine); Juan Jackson (Captain Corcoran); Jazz Evans (Dick Deadeye); Scott Armstrong (Miss Cripps “Little Buttercup”); David McKechnie (Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B.); Richard Russell Edwards (Cousin Hebe); Matthew McDonald (Boatswain)
Tom Duern; Gareth Evans; Patrick Cook; Joshua Clayton; Oliver Ramsdale; Matthew Facchino; Trevor Lin; Zac Adlam
Director – Sasha Regan
Musical Director - Ashley Jacobs
Libretto – W.S. Gilbert
Composer – Arthur Sullivan
Choreographer – Lizzi Gee
Design – Ryan Dawson Laight
Lighting Designer – Ben Bull
Casting Director – Adam Braham Casting
Producers – Regan De Wynter Williams Ltd
PR – Fiona Lockley, Lockley Gladwyn
Graphic Design – Spiff