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ERFORMERS from across the world will descend on Buxton once again this summer to take part in the 19th International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival.


But children and young people from much closer to home will also be joining the celebrations by signing up for an annual challenge staged by not-for-profit company Pamela Bilik Theatricals.


The organisation, inspired by American teacher and Gilbert & Sullivan specialist Pamela Bilik, stages two productions in the first two weeks of the school summer holidays.


This year’s shows, Ruddigore and Patience, are open to all children and young people and no auditions are required for a part in the chorus – only for the principal parts. Both productions are put together in just a week.


Ruddigore will be performed by 10 to 18-year-olds at New Mills Arts Centre on July 28 at 7.15pm and July 29 at 2.15pm. Tickets are priced at £5 - £11.


Patience will be staged by 16 to 25-year-olds at Chapel Playhouse on August 4 at 7.30pm and August 5 at 2.30pm and 7pm. Tickets cost £5 - £8.


Pamela Bilik Theatricals aims to provide opportunities for children and young people from every background to participate in high quality drama and music-making activities. Last year’s young casts staged The Mikado at the New Mills venue and Pirates of Penzance in Chapel.


For further information, visit www.pbtheatricals.co.uk n


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