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Iolanthe At ENO Triumphs: A Blend Of Whimsical Fantasy And Witty Satire

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Satire may not endure endlessly, but it certainly keeps well. WS Gilbert wrote the libretto for Iolanthe in 1882, mocking various flaws in the British political system, particularly the hereditary peerage. Even today, there are lines in the play that remain relevant. This revival of Cal McCrystal’s 2018 English National Opera production of Iolanthe places emphasis on frivolity and silliness rather than deep contemplation.

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