Glitter & Twisted Theatre Company return to Stroud's Cotswold Playhouse in April 2018 with another favourite Gilbert & Sullivan show, The Yeomen of the Guard, given an exciting and glamorous new twist.
Set in a 1950s film studio, the show will give a new slant to the piece, while remaining faithful to the Victorian original.
Many of Glitter & Twisted’s superb company of actors have already been cast:
Richard Cholmondeley: Rob Burbidge
There are still some smaller roles and chorus places left unoccupied, so do get in touch if you'd like to join our friendly and welcoming group. We rehearse on Sunday afternoons in Minchinhampton.
We are always looking for technical and backstage crew, so if you are good with a needle, or a screwdriver, or just want to be part of the fun backstage then please contact us.
Glitter & Twisted is a not-for-profit company, committed to producing amateur shows to a professional standard, and keeping the Gilbert & Sullivan shows alive and relevant to today's audiences.
Glittering G&S – but with a twist!
If you've never seen one of our productions, check out our YouTube page, to get a better idea of the Glitter & Twisted style.
|Previous Glitter & Twisted shows:|
|2017: H.M.S. Pinafore: A camp and lively production of a G&S favourite.|
|2016: Respectful Perversions: a reworking of Savoy Ghosts presented as a one-off event for the Sir Arthur Sullivan Society.|
|2016: The Pirates of Penzance: a retelling of Gilbert & Sullivan's masterpiece, set in 1953, following a 2016 prologue.|
|2013: Savoy Ghosts: a revue by Simon Moss & Suzanne Barnes, featuring music from all the shows that opened at the Savoy Theatre in London between 1881 and 1903. Gilbert & Sullivan songs were presented in radical new ways, and some rarities were featured, such as a song by J.M. Barrie and Arthur Conan Doyle.|
|2012: The Contrabandista: An 1860s musical by Sir Arthur Sullivan, with book by Burnand, reimagined in a 1960s setting. This was the first fully-staged production of the show since the 1970s.|
|2011: Ruddy George: a contemporary parody of the G&S show Ruddigore, this was believed to be its first fully staged production since the original in 1887.|