All aboard the HMS as it sets sail in Bath

PUBLISHED: 12:30 02 June 2016

HMS Pinafore.

HMS Pinafore.


The Theatre Royal in Bath is welcoming everyone aboard the HMS Pinafore as this Gilbert and Sullivan classic returns to the stage.

This all-male cast sets sail in Bath for the very first time and this comic opera is one not to be missed. It is a classic love-story, as Ralph Rackstraw falls for the captain’s daughter Josephine.

Josephine is being forced in to marrying the head of the British Navy – will she be able to follow her heart or must she fulfil her father’s wishes?

This witty performance will keep you on your toes with a 16-strong cast.

HMS Pinafore is at the Theatre Royal in Bath from tonight (Thursday) until Saturday, with performances at 8pm each night and 2.30pm on Saturday. Tickets, priced at £18.50-34.50 are available on 01225 448844 or from

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