Welcome to the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Bermuda
G&S is one of Bermuda's premier producers and presenters of musical theatre.
Since its inception in 1972, we have grown to become one of the most successful performing arts organisations in Bermuda. We entertain over 4,000 theatre goers every year.
Today, G&S is more than the unforgettable productions it brings to Bermuda.
- It's the scores of Volunteers - in the box office, backstage and in the front of house.
- It's the G&S Scholarship given annually to a local student dedicated to pursuing the theatre arts.
- It's a level of professionalism rarely aspired to in amateur theatre.
- And it's our Patrons programmes where audience members support the ongoing quality of our productions as well as contribute to G&S' scholarship efforts.
G&S is a member of the American Association of Community Theatre
Our current production
Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Bermuda are proud to announce their Fall production of the sunny and funny Mamma Mia. The energy and charm of ABBA’s songs propel this enchanting tale with love, laughter and friendship.
On the eve of her wedding, Sophie has secretly invited three men from her mother Donna's past back to the Greek island paradise they last visited 20 years ago in a quest to discover the identity of her father. Donna’s long-time friends from her past girl-group “Donna and the Dynamos” also arrive for the wedding to catch up and reminisce, turning a trip down the aisle into one you’ll never forget!
The show runs until October 12th.
Mamma Mia is not to be missed!
"You know it is a great performance and the audience has had a great time when at the curtain call everyone is on their feet, singing and dancing along with the ensemble!"
Read the rest of the opening night review in the Royal Gazette.
Read the Royal Gazette article about Mamma Mia and Emma Muggleton who plays the leading role.
The mission of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Bermuda, a charitable organization, is to entertain and educate the community by producing professional quality amateur theatrical works and to support the education of performing arts students.