Double bill of evening of music at Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy - and you can pay on the door

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There’s a double bill of entertainment at the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy this week.

Kirkcaldy Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents ‘Music for a Summer Evening’ on Friday, June 7 at 7.30pm.

The annual concert under the musical direction of Robert Gardner will feature a choral first half and Robin Bell on the Old Kirk organ. They will also be presenting “Trial By Jury”, a comic tale in song of a court case over love and marriage.

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It was the first successful collaboration between W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, and created in 1875 to fill one-half of a double bill for the London commercial theatre. The one-act operetta was written, rehearsed, and put on stage in just a few short days’ time. The cast consists of a menagerie: a womanising judge, a slippery lawyer, a tearful plaintiff, a roguish defendant, a prejudiced jury, a simplistic usher, a bevy of singing bridesmaids, and a crowd of enthusiastic spectators!

Tickets £15 (children & students £8) at the door.

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