GLOC is a Registered Charity, number 1065719
Grosvenor Light Opera Company
Welcome to the Grosvenor Light Opera Company! We are an amateur operatic society based in central London, focusing on the works of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan and complementing this with other material. GLOC has a long history - with over 70 performances of G&S since its debut in 1949!
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We most recently performed Princess Ida at the Bridewell Theatre, to great reviews and a fabulous audience! We'll be putting photos
of the show on our Facebook page very soon -
click here to see them!
In August, we'll be taking the show to the
International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival in
Harrogate - see here for more information and to
get tickets - one performance only, don't miss
Come and Sing - Carousel!
Join us as we explore this iconic work in a day-
long workshop. Featuring such classics as “If I
loved you” and “You’ll never walk alone”, Oscar
Hammerstein’s challenging narrative scales the
heights and plumbs the depths of human
existence, all woven together by Richard Roger’s
Led by our MD Christopher Jacklin and
professional singers Lucy Hall and Samuel Oram,
and accompanied by pianist Nick Pope, we will explore the music and drama of the piece and learn about vocal technique and stagecraft, culminating in an informal performance. No prior experience is necessary and all music will be provided. Visit here for tickets.
We are always delighted to hear from any potential new members of the society, and have vacancies for all voice parts. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings from 6.45pm to 9.45pm at St Gabriel's Hall in Pimlico.
Performing Gilbert and Sullivan since 1949
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