A witch's curse binds each succeeding Lord of Ruddigore to commit a crime a day... or die. Meantime, in the local fishing village, all the young men are in love with pretty Rose Maybud. Her secret favourite is Robin who, unfortunately, is really the Lord of Ruddigore living incognito to avoid the family curse. He is exposed and forced into a life of crime, until faultless logic offers an ingenious solution and a blissful reunion with Rose. Featuring the London Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by Alexander Faris.

Year: 1982
Genre: Performing Arts, Gilbert and Sullivan
Country: UK
Starring: Vincent Price, John Treleaven, Sandra Dugdale
Duration: 116 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Performing Arts



Permanent Collection

For in-store pickup reservations please call 03 3650 615


The Gondoliers (1990)

A stylish Australian production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta following the story of two men,...

H.M.S. Pinafore (1982)

"Let's give three cheers for the sailor's bride", and for this beloved Gilbert and Sullivan operetta...

Iolanthe (1982)

The magical residents of Fairyland interact with Parliaments' House of Lords in this Gilbert and Sul...

Patience (1981)

The Aesthetic Movement that swept English art and literature in the late 1800s, counting Oscar Wilde...

The Yeomen of the Guard (1982)

Surrounded by the battlements of the Tower of London, Phoebe Meryll sits brooding over the coming ex...