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gondolier

a man who propels a gondola
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The National Gilbert and Sullivan | Opera Company are touring a production of The Gondoliers (main), The Mikado (inset) and HMS Pinafore
Two rival pairs out of Venice's 425 gondoliers were selected.
That's certainly why we chose The Gondoliers, which is one of the Gilbert and Sullivan pieces that tends to get a little overlooked shall we say.
The Gondoliers will face Western League rival Palisades of Pacific Palisades for the championship at 5 p.
For more than a thousand years, Venice has had gondolas--the long, narrow boats that serve as taxis on the city's canals--but never a female gondolier.
A POSH theatre is making waves with a wacky plan to hire Ireland's first full - time GONDOLIER.
The double-cast parts of the gondoliers were sung by Adam Fisher/Adrian Glaubert (Marco) and DJ.
We performed The Gondoliers for him as he was a Gilbert and Sullivan fan.
Pirates, Peers and Gondoliers is being staged by Chester-le-Street Methodist Church Choir at 7pm on Saturday with tickets at pounds 3.
IT was a delight on Thursday evening last to see The Gondoliers, by Gilbert and Sullivan, presented by Carl Rosa Opera.
Painted in 1731, it shows gondoliers at work in Venice.
But reviewing this wearisome version of The Gondoliers was more a duty than a pleasure, apart from the principals who, to my mind, rarely put a foot wrong.