HumDrum and Yum-Yum at the Spring

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If you know your Ko-Ko from your Nanki-Poo and your Pooh-Bah from your Pish-Tush then make sure not to miss the latest comedy delight from HumDrum at the Spring Arts and Heritage Centre.

The Guide Award-winning theatre group will be presenting popular Gilbert and Sullivan masterpiece, the Mikado at the Havant venue.

The well-known comedy is set in the Japanese town of Titipu where the hapless Nanki-Poo has fallen for the beautifulYum-Yum. Unfortunately Yum-Yum is set to marry Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner.

Upon discovering that the love of his life is already betrothed, Nanki-Poo decides to take his own life but Ko-Ko steps in and makes the heartbroken hero an offer he can’t refuse, even though it will mean risking everything for one shot at true love.

Humdrum: The Mikado Or The Town Of Titipu will be showing at the Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant on Wednesday, June 25 at 7.30 pm.

Tickets: £9.00, concessions £8.00.

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