GLOC is a Registered Charity, number 1065719
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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Pirates of Penzance - now showing!
GLOC will be performing Pirates of Penzance at the Bridewell Theatre in Blackfriars, central London from 25th to 28th May.
Only a few tickets left for this wonderful show - check out our online shop to get yours now! Email email@example.com for queries.
In March, GLOC held their first annual Ceilidh to raise money to put on our summer show. You can see come of the great photos on our facebook page, or hear more about the riotous fun had by all on our blog. Thanks to everyone who helped organise for making it such a great night!
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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We're still buzzing from our hugely successful production, Ruddigore; Or, The Witch's Curse, directed by Vicky Simon, which included a performance at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate.
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Boo! Hiss! All the fun of the panto is over for one more year, but GLOC had a great time this Christmas performing their own take on Cinderella at Churchill Halls in Pimlico to two sold out audiences!