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BWW Review: CANDIDE at TSO Gives You Permission to Laugh Photo BWW Review: CANDIDE at TSO Gives You Permission to Laugh
by Taylor Long - Apr 30, 2018

Conductor Bramwell Tovey began the evening by saying, 'in light of the way things are… I want to give you permission to laugh.' It didn't take very long before the audience was in stitches with laughter. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra performed Leonard Bernstein's CANDIDE last weekend, accompanied by some of the country's greatest classical voices - Judith Forst and Tracy Dahl - and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. The evening was a spectacular display of fine music, drama, and comedy.

BWW Reviews: THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, Bristol Hippodrome, June 18 2013
by Kathryn Pintus - Jun 19, 2013

Having only ever seen an amateur production of a Gilbert and Sullivan piece, I was very much looking forward to seeing The Scottish Opera and D'Oyly Carte production at the Bristol Hippodrome.

A '30s Mikado Runs at English National Opera, Feb. 3-March 3
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2006

A new production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado, updated to the 1930s, will be seen at the English National Opera for 12 performances from February 3rd through March 3rd