Do you enjoy music? Do you enjoy singing? Would you like a chance to sing and act in Lynn?
If so, the West Norfolk Gilbert and Sullivan Society is holding an open evening at the Hanse House, South Quay on Tuesday, August 9, at 7.30.
The society is looking for new members to join in the exciting new production in February of “The Mikado” at the Arts Centre.
For many years the society has offered an annual production, and for the last three years has worked with sponsors to raise several thousand pounds for local and national charities.
The production will once again be in the capable professional hands of Andrew Nicklin as director. Michael Hankinson joined the society as musical director for this year’s production and is looking to strengthen the links between the society and the King’s Lynn Sinfonia through future productions.
“The Mikado”, last performed by the Society in 2012 at the Corn Exchange, is an excellent show for first-timers and experienced players alike. Comedy, pathos and some wonderful music abound, and its Japanese setting enhances it as possibly the best-loved of all the operettas.
You will be made very welcome at Hanse House on Tuesday and further information is on the society’s website wngands.co.uk or from the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings starting on September 1 at North Wootton Village Hall.