The New London Opera Players

Corporate entertainment with a difference

Bringing opera to new places and new audiences everywhere the New London Opera Players present a collection of stunning operas to suit every event and occasion no matter the size. Add a special touch to your event and let the New London Opera Players captivate and entertain your audience.

Stunning corporate entertainment with well known classics

As well as brilliant and captivating full-scale productions of the most popular classic operas, this company has created tailored performances that can be adapted to suit any event, venue or audience. Popular classics include:

  • The Magic flute (summer 2015)
  • CarMen
  • idelio
  • La bohème
  • Tosca

Gala evenings to suit all taste

Or if an evening with a variety of opera favourites suits your audience better, choose from this series of gala evenings:

G & S with Finesse

Set sail with G&S supremo Ian Belsey and the Secret Opera Savoyards on a scintillating and sumptuous cruise across the globe. Our journey begins in good old Blighty, on board HMS Pinafore, but the launch is delayed by the infamous orphans The Pirates of Penzance, before finally embarking on our adventure. Weeks later we reach our exciting destination the mysterious Orient, where we meet The Mikado. Laden with treasures of the East we make for our final stop: Venice and the glory of The Gondoliers. This production is also available as a piano performance.

A Night in Vienna

A luxurious quickstep through the centuries accompanied by music from some of the greatest composers the world has known, all associated with Vienna – Mozart, Schubert, Ernst Toch, Lehàr, von Suppé and, of course, The Strauss Family.

The Parry Ensemble, led by Maestro Andrew Charity, lead the quartet of singers in a selection of popular arias and ensembles, with a guest appearance from Miss Marilyn Hill Smith, star of the world operatic stage and BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night.

“The New London Opera Players put on a superlative production, both in the staging and in the performance.”  Charlie North Lewis, Theatre Director, Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne.

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