MUGSS 1982

The Pirates of Penzance

or The Slave of Duty
Performed at The Renold Theatre, UMIST


Major General Stanley
Robin Perry
The Pirate King
Paul Eccleson
Samuel (his Lieutenant)
Andrew Savage
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
Sanjay Patel
Sergeant of Police
Maurice White
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter)
Sophie Aldred
Edith (General Stanley's Daughter)
Rachel Kilbey
Kate (General Stanley's Daughter)
Alison Bastow
Isabel (General Stanley's Daughter)
Megan Goring
Ruth (a Pirate Maid of all Work)
Mary Dolan
Chorus of Pirates and Police
Dave Botlon, Peter Brown, Mike Charlesworth, Giles Dallaway, Stephen Fitzjohn, Mike Harris, Ron Haselgrove, Mark Higginbotham, Gary Hogan, John Kalmus, Ken Knight, Jeffrey Laing, David Law, Colin McKenzie, Richard Pennicard, Andrew Sutcliffe, Jim Symcox
Chorus of General Stanley's Daughters
Gill Barron, Julia Blundell, Denise Burgess, Janet Cottam, Bernadette Crossman, Shena Cuming, Marguerite Dalton, Yasmin Daniels, Carolyn Daubney, Roo Gill, Tricia Hardman, Carol Hartley, Sharon Hickson, Rachel Holland, Alison Haynes, Julie Jessop, Anne Jones, Marion Lumb, Rosalind Marsh, Mary McCluskey, Helen Ramsden, Gertrude Ringelmann, Fiona Smyth, Chris Walden



Thanks to Mark Higginbotham, Neil Fraser and the Contact Theatre, Manchester City Council, Manchester University Gardening Department, Hall & Rogers, Mitchells Costume Hire and Manchester University Drama Department. Sand kindly donated by Hall & Rogers Ltd; Builders and Plumbers Merchant.
Paul Heritage
Musical Director
John Bethell
Mary Sharp
Stage Manager
Peter Hawkins
Jenny Hislop
Set Designer
Rachel Clare
Rehearsal Accompanists
Colin Berry, Mike Harris
Chorus Master
Mike Harris
Alison Hynes
Sanjay Patel, Mark Higginbotham
Business Manager
John Kalmus, Richard Pennicard
Wardrobe Mistress
Liz Beckett
Front of House
Marguerite Dalton, Colin Berry
Sophie Aldred, Sanjay Patel
Orchestra Manager
Marguerite Dalton



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Complete recordings of this show (and all from 1964 onwards) can be purchased on CD from Mike Harris, our Society Archivist