'Iolanthe' by Stamford Gilbert & Sullivan Players

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Multiple dates from Wednesday, October 9th to Friday, October 11th

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Iolanthe is a sparkling tale of fairy folk & magical mayhem, a fable of fairies versus mortals! Beloved and beautiful, the immortal Iolanthe has broken a fairy law by marrying a human. She is banished by her Queen on the condition that she never sees her husband again, 25 years later these 2 worlds collide, as her Son Strephon (who is half a fairy), plans to marry the pretty Shepherdess Phyllis, a ward of The Lord Chancellor and loved by every Peer in The House Of Lords. Strephon attempts, (with the help of some feisty fairies), to overthrow the privileges enjoyed by the nobility, and much laughter, drama and mystical mix ups happen along the way! Enchantingly funny and at times very moving, our talented cast, along with our fabulous orchestra, stunning set, lighting and gorgeous costumes, make this a family show not to be missed!

Price: £15, Concessions - £14 ,Children under 16- £8.50

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Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre
Broad St

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The event runs from 7:30pm to 10:00pm on the following dates.
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