Outrageous, absurd and hilarious … Gilbert (No Sullivan) comes to Ketteringham Village Hall
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; Gilbert (No Sullivan), takes centre stage at
Ketteringham Village Hall on Sunday 19th February at 2.30pm
With support from the arts and community development charity, Creative Arts East
Performed by David Mounfield (‘Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show’ and ‘This Is Jinsy’) and Brian Mitchell (‘Those Magnificent Men’ and ‘The Ornate Johnsons’), 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.
This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk District Council.
Gilbert (No Sullivan)
Sunday 19th February 2017 – 2:30pm
Ketteringham Village Hall,
4 High Street, Ketteringham,
Wymondham, Norfolk NR18 9RU
Creative Arts East is an arts and community development charity founded in 1994 with the focus of taking the arts into rural communities. Creative Arts East works throughout Norfolk, Suffolk & the East running Creative Arts East Live! & Village Screen – rural touring schemes for live performance and cinema; Arts Round Up – an arts marketing distribution service; and a variety of projects concerned with creative learning, health & wellbeing and volunteer development.
Creative Arts East Live! is a rural touring scheme which aims to provide memorable, uplifting and enjoyable arts experiences that enrich community life and provides a focus for shared celebration. By working in partnership with local volunteers, the scheme brings high quality and affordable arts events, within easy travelling distance to the rural communities of Norfolk and Suffolk.
”The events my family, friends and I have attended have all been wonderful and have brought the whole community together. Without these events, the village communities would be even more isolated.”
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. To find out more about the Arts Council, visit the ‘What we do’ section of the Arts Council’s website.
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