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Mikado 1933D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

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This stay at the King's, starting 20 February 1933, was only for two weeks, compared with three the previous year. The first week ended with the Saturday matinee given to The Mikado, with Iolanthe to follow in the evening.

Casts for both are drawn from our copy of that day's programme.

The repertoire for the second week was: Mon Mikado; Tue Princess Ida; Wed Ruddigore; Thu Gondoliers; Fri Trial & Pirates; Sat mat Yeomen; Sat eve Gondoliers.

Performance Cast

Nanki-Poo the Mikado's son, disguised as a wandering Minstrel

John Dean

Pish-Tush a Noble Lord

Leslie Rands

Pooh-Bah Lord High Everything Else

Richard Watson

Ko-Ko Lord High Executioner of Titipu

Henry Lytton

Yum-Yum Ko-Ko's Ward

Kathleen Frances

Pitti-Sing Yum-Yum's sister, also Ko-Ko's Ward

Marjorie Eyre

Peep-Bo Yum-Yum's sister, also Ko-Ko's Ward

Elizabeth Nickell-Lean

Katisha an elderly Lady, in love with Nanki-Poo

Dorothy Gill

Mikado of Japan

Darrell Fancourt

Go-To a gentleman of Titipu

Radley Flynn

Performance DatesMikado 1933

Map List

King's Theatre, Glasgow | Glasgow

25 Feb, 14.00 27 Feb, 19.30

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