Concept Players present The Mikado

By W.S Gilbert & A. Sullivan

Nanki-Poo James Rockey
Yum-Yum Helen Stubbs
Ko-Ko Paul Buckle
Katisha Janet Holloway
The Mikado Kevin Morgan
Pish-Tush Nigel Holloway
Pooh-Bah Neil Davies
Pitti-Sing Cat Dafydd
Peep-Bo Denise Freer
Show-Ping Claire Couldridge
Sop-Rano Olivia Gomez
Bim-Bo Jo Howson
Bras-O Liz Howson
Aru-Free Keith Ingram
Poop-Poop Ruairidh MacLeod-Lyon
Stro-Ping Ellie Morgan
Bus-Ting Beverly Pearce
Pur-Loin Rob Purnell
Pin-Chin Ruth Purnell
Snu-Tea Lisa Sadie
Sue-She Fiona Thomas
Dai-Atsu Roger Thomas
Twos-Hoops Sarah-Jane Waters
Win-Ging Lorna Welch
Win-Do-Lean Mark Windsor


Ko-Ko and Kitisha in Act2

Ko-Ko, a tailor promoted to the rank of Lord High Executioner, is to marry his ward of court, Yum-Yum. To his consternation, he receives a letter from The Mikado, threatening that unless an execution takes place immediately, the town will be reduced to the rank of a village and thus, advised by Pish-Tush and Pooh Bah, Ko-Ko sets about trying to find a suitable victim. Meanwhile, Nanki-Poo, the son of The Mikado, has arrived, disguised as a wandering minstrel. In love with Yum-Yum, he's fled from his father’s court to escape the unwelcome attentions of Katisha. He's heartbroken to find that Yum-Yum is to marry Ko-Ko and so decides to kill himself. He's prevented from doing so by Ko-Ko who persuades him to have a proper execution in return for being allowed to marry Yum-Yum for one month, thus solving Ko-Ko’s predicament and would make Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum happy for at least a month! But before the execution can be carried out, the Mikado arrives, accompanied by Katisha. Chaos ensues!

Nanki-Poo and Yum-Tum in Act1