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The George Edwardes Musical Comedy Society's  presentations of

'Forgotten Gaiety Musicals'  have included:

The Shop Girl, The Toreador, Our Miss Gibbs, The Girls of Gottenberg, The Messenger Boy, The Orchid, 

 A Runaway Girl , The Spring Chicken, The Circus Girl, A Gaiety Girl, San Toy, Dear Little Denmark,  A Chinese Honeymoon,  A Quaker Girl, The Beauty of Bath, The Cingalee, 

The Balkan Princess, The New Barmaid, The Boy & The Mousme.

The next event in the autumn of 2018 will be a whole day event including a concert performance of "Our Miss Gibbs" 

Date and timings to follow soon.

Our Miss Gibbs is an Edwardian musical comedy in two acts by 'Cryptos' and James T. Tanner, with lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank, music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Produced by George Edwardes, it opened at the Gaiety Theatre in London on 23 January 1909 and ran for an extremely successful 636 performances. It starred Gertie MillarEdmund Payne and George Grossmith, Jr. The young Gladys Cooper played the small role of Lady Connie.

The show also had a short Broadway run in 1910. The piece was regularly revived by amateur theatre groups, particularly in Britain, from the 1920s into the 1950s but it has been produced only rarely since then. It was revived at the Finborough Theatre, London, in May 2006. This was the first professional London production since 1910. Our Miss Gibbs was revived by Lyric Theatre in July and August 2011 at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts and the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, California. The revival featured a cast of 22 and a 9-piece orchestra. 

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