SENTIMENTAL pirates, blundering policemen and absurd adventures - Gilbert and Sullivan's delightful comic adventure The Pirates of Penzance will be broadcast at Cardigan’s Theatr Mwldan on Wednesday, June 26.

This much-loved comic opera is a showcase of brilliant humour and razor-sharp wit and features a sparkling score chock-full of memorable melodies and catchy tunes brought to the stage by the English National Opera.

The superb cast includes the ever-versatile Andrew Shore as the very model of a modern Major-General, Jonathan Lemalu as the affectionate parody of the British Bobby, Robert Murray as the innocent pirate-apprentice Frederic, and Rebecca de Pont Davies as the older woman who has designs on him.

An acclaimed production from renowned film-maker and director Mike Leigh.

“A jolly good show,” writes the Telegraph, while The Stage describes it as a “precise and pricelessly funny production.”

“A delightful surprise,” adds The Times.

Tickets for The Pirates of Penzance (7pm) are £16 per adult (£15 concession) and are available now from Theatr Mwldan’s box office on 01239 621200, online at or via the Mwldan app.