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Grosvenor Light Opera Company

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By GLOC, Oct 18 2017 12:33PM

Exciting news!


In 2018, Grosvenor Light Opera Company will be taking their summer show, Princess Ida, to the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate.


This will be the 5th show that GLOC take to the renowned international festival, following their first visit with Patience in 2013.


GLOC will be putting on a matinee performance in the Harrogate Theatre on the 23rd August 2018, following their week long stint at the Bridewell Theatre in central London that May.


More details will be provided at the open rehearsal in early 2018. Stay in touch with us to find out more by filling in your contact details on the website, or emailing admin@gloc.org to be added to the mailing list.


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By GLOC, Oct 6 2017 12:35PM

GLOC are looking for a director for their next summer show, Princess Ida. We will be performing in the Bridewell Theatre in Blackfriars, central London in May 2018.


If you're interested in this fantastic opportunity to direct a talented and enthusiastic group of performers in central London, download the directors pack here or email admin@gloc.org for more details.


Applications close on the 29th October 2017.


We can't wait to hear from you!


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By GLOC, Jul 25 2017 04:22PM

Musical Director


Application deadline: 13 August


Description of vacancy:


Grosvenor Light Opera Company is a long-established, non-auditioned amateur theatre group with a mix of experience and ability, who enjoy rehearsing and performing the works of Gilbert and Sullivan.


We are looking for a competent, skilled and reliable MD with the passion and enthusiasm to take over the musical leadership of our shows, starting September 2017. Payment dependent on experience.


We meet in Pimlico each week on Wednesday nights, and perform two shows a year in central London. Our summer show is a fully staged light opera with 16 piece orchestra. Our wintershow this year and in recent years will be a pantomime performed in a local hall.


Our new musical director will be expected to work alongside our directors to run rehearsals, arrange for orchestral players and source music. The Society has an active and engaged committee who will work with and support the MD.


You can find further information about our company on our website. Alternatively for an informal chat, please contact the chairman on the address below to arrange.


Please submit CV and covering letter by 13 August to admin@gloc.org


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