The Mikado is another gloriously topsy-turvy tale featuring a host of unforgettable characters, such as Ko-Ko the Lord High Executioner and Pooh-Bah
the sneering Lord High Everything Else.
In Act I, Pooh-Bah
reveals that he "First Lord of the Treasury, Lord Chief justice, Commander-in-Chief, Lord High Admiral, .
CUMBRIA public health Pooh-Bah
and former aspirant Labour politician, Liverpool born Professor John Ashton CBE regularly hits the headlines.
By the time we reached And Drums Will Crash with Richard Brook, as Pooh-Bah
and Chris Comber as Pish-Tush, the show was nicely in the swing, and it really burst into life with the entry of the Three Little Maids, led by the excellent Laura Crowther as Yum-Yum, and brilliantly supported by Louisa LeFevre as Pitti-Sing and Zoe Clarkson and Peep-Bo.
Bass baritone Thomas Goerz was animated arid always humorous as the alternately obsequious and self-aggrandizing Pooh-Bah
, the jack of all portfolios.
Mistakes can be made in the weave of the draperies or the vegetables in the soup, but these are (as Pooh-bah
put it), "Merely corroborative detail, intended to give artistic verisimilitude to an otherwise bald and unconvincing narrative.
In March 2010, for example, Peter Grand Pooh-Bah
of British Politics Mandelson presented a pounds 20.
Graham Bryant gives a stunning performance as Pooh-Bah
, the Lord High Everything Else, a man of such stature that he was born sneering
Two notes from Stratford: Stratfordupon-Avon Gilbert & Sullivan Society is looking for a Pooh-Bah
for its production of The Mikado at the town's Civic Hall fromMarch 11-14.
To absolutely no one's surprise, the culprit turned out to be Stevens, the grand pooh-bah
of pork who once earmarked $223 million for the infamous "bridge to nowhere" in his home state.
In Death of a Pooh-Bah
by Karen Sturges, the arrogant Dr.
The Los Angeles Times tried something new last month, only for its new editorial and opinion page pooh-bah
, Michael Kinsley, to discover, to his embarrassment and sorrow, what most newspaper reporters already know--you just can't trust the readers.