A concert performance of Gilbert & Sullivan’s one-act comic masterpiece Trial By Jury in the magnificent theatre of Alexandra Palace. The Victorian theme continues with music by Sullivan’s contemporaries Stanford, Parry and Coleridge-Taylor, conducted by Jane Glover.
The magnificent theatre at Alexandra Palace originally opened in 1875 – the same year that Gilbert and Sullivan’s one-act operetta Trial by Jury was premiered. In this special ‘Proms at …’ event, Jane Glover conducts a concert performance of this Victorian comic masterpiece in the Palace’s theatre as its ambitious new refurbishment reaches completion. A first half of music by Sullivan’s contemporaries explores that favourite G&S theme of love and marriage.
Alexandra Palace Theatre is undergoing an extensive restoration. These performances will be a rare chance to experience the Theatre before it opens to the public and as construction nears its completion.
Tickets will be going on sale in June 2018. Register your interest now.
Music by contemporaries of Sullivan, including Parry, Coleridge-Taylor and Stanford(45 mins)
Trial by Jury (45 mins)
Cast to include:
Neal Davies The Learned Judge
Mary Bevan The Plaintiff
Sam Furness The Defendant
Ross Ramgobin Counsel for the Plaintiff
BBC Concert Orchestra
Jane Glover conductor