The D'Olyly Carte Opera Company was in Dublin in 1916 and due to open at the Gaiety Theatre on the Bank Holiday Monday, 24th April 1916. A programme at the National Library of Ireland indicates that they were due to perform The Gondoliers, Iolanthe, The Mikado The Pirates of Penzance, Patience and the Yeomen of the Guard.
Amongst the group was Sir Henry Lytton and some of his experiences during the Rising appears in an online book.
Lytton was to later receive an award for his services by former Prime Minister Lloyd George (who interfered so much in Ireland).
Lytton's last performance with the D'Oyly Carte was in 1934, ironically at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin.