Recent performances

When you've been making musical theatre for as long as we have, it's nice to look back over past successes and celebrate the familiar faces who have made GAOS what it is. Here is just a selection of our most recent productions.

  • Anything Goes – 2020

    Our 2020 production was the classic Anything Goes. Set aboard the luxury liner the S.S. American, where nightclub singer Reno Sweeney is en-route from New York to England, her friend Billy Crocker has stowed aboard to be close to his true love, debutante Hope Harcourt.  Unfortunately Hope is engaged to wealthy English aristocrat Lord Evelyn Oakleigh. Billy’s boss, Wall Street Continue Reading

  • Sweet Charity – 2019

    Sweet Charity is famous for being full of Bob Fosse signature choreography and it’s difficult to watch a music video these days without seeing Fosse inspired moves in action - Beyone- Single ladies... 90% Fosse, 10% Beyone. Our Ms Fosse herself, aka Marie McCullough, our choreographer, set the bar high and put our dancers through their paces to produce FAB-U-LOUS Continue Reading

  • Summer Holiday – 2018

    As feel-good as it gets, Cliff Richard's music is at the heart of this romp across Europe, as four bus mechanics in search of holiday nirvana join forces with an ill-fated girl group and an American starlet on the run... but will they be thwarted by the latter's dastardly mother?

  • Evita – 2017

    Our production of Evita, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's epic tale of love, fame and revolution, was one of the most ambitious projects we've ever taken on. With a hugely challenging score, complex staging and demanding roles, we took audiences all the way to Argentina for a full week of sell-out performances.

  • Sunshine on Leith – 2016

    Raucous, hilarious and tear-jerking in equal measure, Sunshine on Leith - featuring music from The Proclaimers' timeless songbook - is the story of two soldiers returning to civilian life in Leith. Love is found, relationships tested and decades-old secrets brought into the light, in one of GAOS' most popular performances to date.


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