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Tantantara! and other publications

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Tantantara! is the magazine of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria. This publication provides a forum for the study of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan and other works of light opera and operetta. It incorporates The Palace Peeper, providing news of the Society and its members.

We invite submissions and articles for both TanTanTara! and The Palace Peeper. We prefer articles which relate to Gilbert and Sullivan or to the work we are about to perform. Please send articles by electronic means where possible, sending them to publications(at)gilbertandsullivan(dot)org(dot)au. Please send them as an attachment, not in the body of the email. If sending photographs for use in the magazine, please ensure they are the highest possible quality.

We invite you to send articles of what you have been up to for inclusion in The Palace Peeper if you feel it would be of interest to the membership.
We also encourage you to send news that can appear on the relevant sections of this website.

You can also submit articles or photographs by post. If you would like your material returned, you must include a stamped addressed return envelope.

Please write to
TanTanTara/The Palace Peeper,
The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria,
PO Box 184, Blackburn South,
Victoria, Australia 3130.

Alternatively, you can converse with our Editor via email.


Join Us

Membership of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria entitles you to:

Audition and perform with Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Victoria in our productions and concert parties.

Vote for issues affecting the society and Commitee members.

Attend special functions organised by the society.

Receive discount tickets for Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Victoria productions at the concession rate, even if not performing.

Receive Tantantara!

Receive four copies of the Society's magazine TanTanTara! each year, with articles about Gilbert & Sullivan, theatre and light opera, with a section called The Palace Peeper with news of our members, and other amateur companies.
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