Gilbert and Sullivan classic welcomed to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 June 2016

The Mikado

The Mikado

James Glossop

Gilbert and Sullivan’s iconic opera The Mikado is making its way to Bristol later this month, thanks to a unique production created by Scottish Opera and Doyly Carte.

The two companies combined to produce the successful Gilbert and Sullivan classic The Pirates Of Penzance and have now tackled the quirky Japanese Mikado story.

The Mikado has deemed flirting to be punishable by death and no-one will change his mind.

But trouble ensues when his son Nanki-Poo falls for the beautiful Yum-Yum, leaving him with a tough decision to make.

The Mikado will be at The Hippodrome from June 22-25 with performances at 7.30pm each night and 2.30pm matinees on June 23 and 25.

Tickets, priced from £14.90-53.40, are available from

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