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Madness. Mayhem. BRIDESMAIDS.

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Saturday, 05 June 2010 10:18

Ruddigore or ‘The Witch’s Curse’

Madness. Mayhem. BRIDESMAIDS.

The bad baronets of Ruddigore aren't really evil, but are compelled by a curse to perform daily crimes on pain of death. It's enough to drive a man mad. And when long-dead ancestors get involved, things get really scary.

Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore, or the Witch's Curse gathers evil aristocrats, innocent maids, fawning suitors, and a gang of very frustrated bridesmaids in a collision that questions the nature of evil and the virtues of, well, virtue. Ruddigore is Victorian melodrama amplified and set to music, in a delightful parody of all things horrific and pure.

Dates of production;

 16th to 18th June 2010 at the Middleton Hall, Cottingham Road commencing at  7.30 pm.

Tickets are £8.50 Adults and £7.50 concessions and are available form Hull City Box Office Tel.01482 226655 or at the door.

19th June 2010 at The Floral Hall, Hornsea commencing at 7.30 pm

Tickets are £8.00 adults and £7.00 concessions and are available at the door or from The Vernon Gallery. Hornsea Tel. 01964 532986

The event will be a colourful production with great stage sets, beautiful costumes, superb orchestra and wonderful music.



Ruddigore or The Witches Curse - 16th to 19th June 2010

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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 20:35


RUDDIGORE - June 2010

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Sunday, 03 January 2010 16:08

The first half of the 2009/2010 season has been excellent. The Society has performed 8 concerts, raising funds for a variety of charities and completed the first half of the season with a Christams Eve broadcast on Radio Humberside.

The members have now commenced rehearsals for Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore or the Witches Curse which will be performed at The Middleton Hall, Hull from 16th to 18th June 2010 and at The Floral Hall, Hornsea on 19th June 2010. The cast includes some new principals as well as many of your established favourites. The production will again have excellent stage sets, wonderful costumes and great music accompanied with  a full orchestra.




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