Clevedon’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society have announced their 2024 performances of the world-famous opera show The Mikado.

The show is being produced by Dave Robinson and Karen Mullholland whilst Richard Lennox will offer his wealth of experience to the team as Musical Director

Lennox is an emerging innovative classical crossover Pianist and Organist, whose talents range from performance to musical direction, theatre to rock and roll, and anything in between.

Already acclaimed for his talent, Lennox’s performances encompass playing piano, organ, keyboards, double bass, composing and arranging, resulting in music that breaks boundaries of the classical mould and wows audiences with its infectious enthusiasm.

He has already graced the stage of the Royal Albert Hall for BBC’s Songs of Praise Show, played in Bristol and Wells cathedral, and delighted fans across the UK and Europe with his piano and organ performances.

The show will take place in Princes Hall, Clevedon, every night between May 15th and 17th.

Ticket sales have been going well, adult admittance is £15 whilst under 16s go for £10, and they are still available for sale here.