St David's Players present
Gilbert and Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore is a story of young love, taking place on a warship docked at Plymouth. The captain’s daughter and a humble seaman are drawn close together, but will society and social class force them apart?
In a story told with memorable music and witty dialogue, this story promises to bring humour, sadness, and toe-tapping tunes.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s fourth collaboration and first ‘big hit’, HMS Pinafore (or The Lass That Loved a Sailor) is jam-packed with infectiously catchy tunes, wonderful libretto, and a fantastically funny plot.
This production of HMS Pinafore by St David’s Players will be set in the Swinging Sixties, so expect an explosion of colour, fun, and creativity as we arrive onto the Barnfield Theatre stage.