Greasepaint and glamour: a new production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado

The reason The Mikado can move us, despite all its apparent silliness, is that some of its humour is in fact presciently serious at heart. With a healthy dash of camp, glamour, greasepaint and sparkle, Charing Cross Theatre‘s new production of Gilbert & Sullivan‘s The Mikado makes for a rather old-fashioned evening of innocent fun: but hey, vintage is so now these days.

Click here to read my full review on TheatreCat.

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