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Melbourne’s Savoy Opera Company is returning to the Bunyip Town Hall to perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Sorcerer on Saturday 14 October at 2pm.
The Sorcerer is a two-act comic opera set in a small village in the late 1800s where a young man Alexis, obsessed with the idea of love, invites a family of sorcerers to brew a love potion.
This causes everyone in the village to fall in love with the first person they see and results in the pairing of comically mismatched couples.
“The show is a lot of fun. There’s a bit of magic, dancing, humour, and a cast of between 25-30 performers,” Savoy Opera Company director Stee Cordelia said.
“This is our third year performing in Bunyip and we just love it.
“Taking music to the country is our passion.”
The not-for-profit show is suitable for all ages.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children and can be purchased at the door on the day or at www.trybooking.com.

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