Roméo et Juliette Masterclass

Tuesday 24 April (6.30pm)

Join us at a secret Carthusian monastery to hear excerpts from Gounod's Roméo et Juliette. Maestro Stephen Barlow leads a masterclass with David Kim (singing Romeo) and Olivia Ray (singing Gertrude) providing a glimpse at the complex relationship of conductor and singer.

From the Pit to the Attic - Tour of The Theatre

Saturday 12 May, times vary

You are invited to a behind-the-scenes opera house tour From the Pit to the Attic guided by CEO Wasfi Kani. See the progress that has been made since last summer and what life is like for the artists backstage.

Cowan Garden Party

Saturday 19 May


Our principal donors Michael & Hilary Cowan invite us into their beautiful home and gardens (where the bluebells should be out) for an evening of musical revels, canapés and an update from CEO Wasfi Kani on what to expect from the season ahead.

Hamilton, Victoria Palace Theatre

Tuesday 18 & Wednesday 19 September
SOLD OUT


Everyone wants to see Hamilton. 125,000 tickets sold in the first 90 minutes. But we have a bundle for a group outing.

Viva Verdi - Tour to Parma

Thursday 27 September - Monday 1 October

A curated trip for 24 people to Verdi's homelands with CEO Wasfi Kani. 4 nights in Parma; 3 operas including the opening night of Teatro Regio di Parma's autumn season; lunches in castles and a chance to see the places most dear to Verdi – from his Roncole cradle, to the organ he played as a child, to his beloved villa at Sant' Agata.

London Mithraeum, Bloomberg SPACE

Thursday 11 November, times vary

Explore the mysterious Temple of Mithras below Bloomberg’s new London HQ, brilliantly preserved and displayed alongside a remarkable array of Roman artefacts found during excavations of the site. Discover with Grange Park Opera this significant archaeological treasure beneath the City of London.

Great Winter Dinner - Goldsmiths Company, Livery Hall

Thursday 28 February 2019

Join us for our third Grand Winter Dinner which in 2019 will take us to the magnificent Livery Hall of the Goldsmiths’ Company. With Corinthian columns of scagliola and a richly decorated moulded ceiling, few settings compare to its grandeur and a spectacular evening will no doubt ensue, with champagne, excellent food and a few musical surprises.

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