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Gilbert and Sullivan's hilarious comic operetta tells the story of the orphan Frederic, and his sudden twist of fate as an apprentice to a pirate.
Thank you. Arrived very quickly and in great condition. Boyfriend was very happy with his Christmas present. :)Published 7 months ago by Krystle
Best version of this play I have been able to find. Love the music and performances!Published 8 months ago by Violet Crawford
To be fair I only watched one song-- Oh is there not one maiden breast-- and it was hard enough to get through that. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark Cobb
This is the finest cheekiest most Aussie version of the Pirates ever made. The singing, acting and choreography are jaw- droppingly sensational. . Read morePublished 8 months ago by Malcolm Everett
Saw the live show in Australia . Had a copy in the form of a video with no machine to play it on. Always wanted to see it again. Thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 16 months ago by Elizabeth
Fit for all ages. Any-one who finds fault has forgotten the joy of pantomime. Jon English played an excellent pirate king, mark that 'Chief Clown. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cobber Tom
No one is a better Pirate King than Jon English. :-) Good laughs, great songs, what more could one ask for?Published 19 months ago by Rachael Travica-Dunstan
Wonderful production of this Gilbert & Sullivan favourite.
The singing from Helen Donaldson and Simon Gallaher in particular is a standout.
I have given it 1 star purely and simple, it's a great show. However, I was not at all happy to find that, before I could pick it up from the Royal Mail depot I had to pay a... Read morePublished 20 months ago by ADRIAN CLAY