By Carol_Deacon at 09:50 on 14/01/13
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The comic opera Iolanthe is being staged in Clevedon next month.
It is all about how the Lord Chancellor and the House of Lords have all fallen in love with his ward Phyllis.
But Phyllis is in love with a shepherd called Strephon who it turns out to be half-a-fairy - in the old-fashioned meaning of the word!
Strephon's lively fairy mother Iolanthe is the Chancellor's thought-to-be-dead wife.
So who will marry who?
And can Iolanthe get her son happily hitched without risking death by revealing to the Chancellor she is still alive and that Strephon is his son?
Some wonderful music and at last an idea of how to reform the House of Lords!
The show runs at the Community Centre for four nights with curtain up at 7.30pm.
For tickets at £9, concessions £8 and under 18s £5 call the box office on 01275 874651
Or for further details go to the website at http://tinyurl.com/bydkptg
Clevedon G+S Society is always keen to welcome new members.
The group meet every Friday from 7.30-10pm at the hall under St Peters Church, which is at the corner of Copse Road and Alexandra Road.
For further details call Phil on 0117 968 2501 or 0796 674 1357.
Iolanthe is being staged by Clevedon Gilbert and Sullivan Society for four nights in February
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Repeats: Every Day until Saturday, February 16, 2013
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