Our House - March 2020

The Hot Mikado - June 2011

Details

The Hot Mikado takes the classic Gilbert and Sullivan tale and updates it to 1940s-style. Young Nanki-Poo, the Mikado’s son masquerading as a Second Trumpet player, arrives in the town of Titipu looking for the beautiful Yum-Yum. After bribing various officials, he learns that she is still going to be marrying a former tailor turned Lord High executioner, Koko. Meanwhile, the Mikado demands that Ko-Ko execute one person within the next month. Nanki-Poo agrees to be executed as long as he can spend a month as Yum-Yum’s husband. However, the plan goes awry when the Mikado makes a surprise visit to Titipu and brings with him Katisha, an older woman who is pursuing Nanki Pooh. Luckily, Nanki-Poo is not excuted because he is the Mikado’s long lost son. Further, Ko-Ko and Katisha fall in love so Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum can stay married.

Thursday 16th - Saturday 18th June 2011
The Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford
Cast & Creatives

CAST

Joe's Dad | Jeremy Smith

Joe Casey | Joe Bence

Sarah | Laura Maguire

Kath Casey | Chris Grove

Emmo | Dylan Poulton

Lewis | Tom Patrick

Billie | Georgia Marney

Angie | Alison Hinkson

Reecey | Russell Gillary

Mr. Pressman | Richard Sheepwash

ENSEMBLE

Helen Gillary 

Joanne Shore 

Gary Hallam 

James Watson 

John Quarm

Loretto Rider 

Maddeline Baiogun 

Brooke Woolley 

Alex Malerich 

Libby Wildego

CREATIVE TEAM

Director | Matthew Burrcombe

Musical Director | Jamie Bell

Choreographer | Lorraine Porter

Set | Scenic Projects

Lighting & Sound Design | Gareth Stevens

Costume Design | Diana Fairbairn Smith & Northern Costumiers

Props | Mo Jones

Marketing | Dylan Poulton, Russell Gillary & James Watson

Production & Headshot Photos | Chloe Jones

Trailer Filming | Alexander Banks and Vernum Broadcast

Stage Manager | Cliff Rozee

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