This year’s PRIMROSE HILL OPERA CABARET takes place on Sunday 31 May.
Here’s what they tell me…
This year the Opera Cabaret is crossing the hill to St Mary’s Church, which has excellent acoustics and a distinguished musical history.
As usual, the Opera Cabaret starts and finishes early, with a longish interval for an indoor picnic. Drinks are available from our bar. Also, after a short rehearsal, it will end as usual with everyone singing the ‘Slaves’ Chorus’ from Nabucco.
We have already recruited three brilliant new young singers from British Youth Opera — with other great singers in prospect..
The Primrose Hill Opera Cabaret is self-funding and non-profit-making. It relies on YOUR support to make it work.
Tickets are £20 each; or take a table for ten with a 10 per cent discount. Seats are not numbered but we can reserve tables, or parts of tables, for groups of friends who want to sit together.
We look forward to seeing you at St Mary’s, for whose superb pastoral work there will be a retiring collection.
You can order your tickets from the Opera Cabaret Company’s website.