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It’s a Pirate’s life

By Mary Fitzgerald  

Ahoy there: a triumphantly camp rendering of Gilbert & Sullivan's classic

Not being much of a fan of Gilbert and Sullivan (and having considered myself generally allergic to musicals), I was less than confident that I was going to enjoy Sasha Regan’s revival of The Pirates of Penzance, despite the fact that it sold out at New York’s Union Theatre last year and won the What’s On Stage’s Best…

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