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60th Anniversary Show

To celebrate our 60th anniversary we will stage a 3 part show. This will feature 2 favourites "The Zoo" and "Trial by Jury" and a specially written commemorative show "If You Want to Know Who We Are". This show will feature many of your favourite Gilbert & Sullivan numbers and reflect on the development of the Society over the past 60 years. So join us in February 2018. 

Become a Patron

Becoming an Oundle Gilbert and Sullivan Society patron has many benefits including priority ticketing to our annual show, regular updates on rehearsal progress and 2 free tickets per person/couple all for an annual fee of £26. For more information click the link below

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Producers Update

 Well done with 'A nice dilemma' last night - needless to say we will be singing it again next week!

Remember there are just three more singing rehearsals, so keep listening to the CD, or learning words and music in your own preferred way!

Thank you to everyone who sang at Olly's lovely Celebration service yesterday. Linda and family were thrilled that so many were there to be part of it.                             

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Songs from Home

An evening of Irish Song and Dance

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Peterborough Opera

A Masked Ball

Peterborough Opera is bringing Verdi’s  tale of forbidden love, political conspiracies, fortune telling, betrayal and tragedy  to Oundle! 

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If you are are aware of an event that you think other members of the society would be interested then this is an opportunity for you to publish it on the web site. 

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 Well done with 'A nice dilemma' last night - needless to say we will be singing it again next week!

Remember there are just three more singing rehearsals, so keep listening to the CD, or learning words and music in your own preferred way!

Thank you to everyone who sang at Olly's lovely Celebration service yesterday. Linda and family were thrilled that so many were there to be part of it.                             

 Wednesday 18th October: 

7.30: Trial:

Opening chorus (sops - look at first few lines!)

p.14 'Oh, I was like that'

No.3 'All hail'

No.8 p. 37 to end of number

No.12 'A nice dilemma'

No.13 p.57-60

Finale p.63-end

If you want - When Gilbert met - all 5 verses

                     When the foeman  -double chorus pp.106-113

Zoo: pp.6-12 opening

No.6

No.7 pp.50-54

No.8

No.10

No.12 p.76 to end

Finish with Cachucha -  - a lot to do!!

 

Wednesday 1st November - measuring for costumes

Sunday 5th November - Principals' rehearsals begin

Wednesday 8th November - 1st floor rehearsal

 Dates for your diary below - any more of you wishing to join us?

Saturday 2nd December pm - Carols in the Market Place

Saturday 2nd December - Christmas dinner at the Talbot

Tuesday 5th December 2.30pm - entertaining at Abbott House - carols and SC songs  (just half-an-hour). I will be deciding on the programme in the next few days.

Saturday 9th December 10.30am - Carols at the Farmers' Market

Saturday 16th December 6pm - Carols at Ashton

22/23 December - Telling Tales' Christmas Concert at the Stahl.

Joining the Players

New members are always welcome. We have 2 productions a year; the Gilbert and Sullivan production rehearsals start late August and the performance is a week in February the following year. The summer concert rehearsals start in March every year and the performances over a weekend are in the middle of June. You can join as a full member and take part in either or both productions.

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Our Principals

Our talented principals have led our cast in a salty tale of The Lass that loved a Sailor. The tale is set aboard HMS Pinafore where the aspirations of Captain Corcoran are that his daughter Josephine should marry into upper class society. See who is playing the key character roles below....

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