Gilbert (No Sullivan) for a night of fun at Downham Market

Gilbert (no Sullivan) will be staged by David Mounfield and Brian Mitchell at Downham Market
Gilbert (no Sullivan) will be staged by David Mounfield and Brian Mitchell at Downham Market

A rollicking adaptation of three outrageous, absurd and hilarious stories (and two ‘Bab Ballads’) by the master of Victorian black comedy, Sir W. S. Gilbert, takes centre stage at Downham Town Hall.

Gilbert (No Sullivan) is the perfect night out for dedicated ‘Savoyards’ and a great introduction for the uninitiated to one of England’s wittiest and wickedest writers – in full Sir William Schwenck Gilbert.

This show is on Saturday, February 18 at 7.30pm, performed by David Mounfield and Brian Mitchell.

Tickets are £10 each or family of four £20, available from Lewks in Wales Court; this event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and West Norfolk Council.