26/3/2009 - 28/3/2009
7.30pm plus Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Aberystwyth's own amateur musical theatre company present the first local production of Offenbach's sparkling operetta. In a naughty take on conventional mythology, nymphs and shepherds are playing around the Arcadian fields, Cupid runs riot, and the Gods themselves are far from blameless when it comes to extra-marital love.
Presented with full chorus and orchestra, this is a frothy and frivolous musical treat not to be missed - hear the world-famous Can-Can in its original place during the final romp in Hades!
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