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Simon Gallaher’s Pirates of Penzance

Saturday 11 to Sunday 19 September 2021


EARLY BIRD SPECIAL - Allocation Exhausted

- Tickets - $75.00 ea
- Group of 4 - $280.00 group

- Opening Night Gala* Ticket - $125.00 ea
- Opening Night Gala* Group of 4 - $480.00 group

*Opening Night Gala ticket includes show ticket plus exclusive post-show cocktail function with the pirate cast.


Presented by Ipswich Musical Theatre Company 


The PIRATES OF PENZANCE, Simon Gallaher’s unique brand of Gilbert and Sullivan, arrives at the Ipswich Civic Centre in September.

Ipswich Musical Theatre Company (IMTC) is proud to present one of the most successful musicals in Australian theatre history. This adaptation has more laughs and a more modern sound than traditional versions, yet the most beautiful arias remain untouched.

This  spectacular reimagination of Gilbert and Sullivan’s beloved comedy promises to deliver singing, swordplay, silliness and all the fun of the seven seas.

Essgee’s spin on Pirates first stormed across Australia in 1994 starring Simon Gallaher and Jon English and now it’s here to entertain Ipswich audiences in 2021.

The Director calls it ‘a perfect combination of the swashbuckling Pirates of the Caribbean meets the colourful chaos of Muppets Treasure Island.’

Featuring a treasure trove of outstanding performers and musicians, it’s  a production not to be missed.

So, me hearties, what are you waiting for? Book yourself in for a night of well-known songs, fanciful characters, and mischievous pirate fun!




– Saturday 11 September – 7.30 pm

– Sunday 12 September – 1.30 pm

– Friday 17 September – 7.30 pm

– Saturday 18 September – 7.30 pm

– Sunday 19 September – 1.30 pm




  • Saturday 11 Sept – 7.30 pm – Book ONLINE here
  • Sunday 12 Sept – 1.30 pm – Book ONLINE here
  • Friday 17 Sept – 7.30 pm – Book ONLINE here
  • Saturday 18 Sept – 7.30 pm – Book ONLINE here
  • Sunday 19 of Sept – 1.30 pm – Book ONLINE here

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