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Twitter added by llo on 27 Jul 2011
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@Madonna_Mallon London I'm an Australian born Soprano residing in the UK. I teach primary school music by day & pursue an illustrious career in Opera Singing by night!
Help talented young singer Michael Storrs study at the Ro... added by llo on 22 Jul 2011
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It's been an amazing year for baritone Michael. He was selected from thousands to perform in the new UK talent show The Voice of Tomorrow. What's more, he won a place on the Musical Theatre course at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Music, which he is attending until the summer of 2010.
OperaLondon (Opera_London) on Twitter added by operalondon on 15 Apr 2011
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Join Opera London on Twitter. We are quite new at this tweeting but thought we should give it a try
The Camden Fringe | 1st - 28th August 2011 | 6th Year added by llo on 6 Apr 2011
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The Camden Fringe was been set-up by Zena Barrie and Michelle Flower for It's Alright For Some Ltd, who produced comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from 2002 - 2006 and have run the Etcetera Theatre in Camden since the beginning of 2004. www.itsalrightforsome.com The first Camden Fringe took place in August 2006 at the Etcetera Theatre and included 57 performances by 22 acts over a 4 week period. It has grown steadily since this humble beginning. In 2007 Liberties was added as a cabaret style venue and in 2008 the Camden People’s Theatre joined in with the fun. There were 301 performances across the 3 venues over 4 weeks in 2008. In 2009 we added The Roundhouse studio as our 4th and largest space. We had 399 performances of 120 different shows and sold 10,600 tickets. The Camden Fringe Ltd was incorporated as a limited company in January 2009. Contact us To contact the Camden Fringe please email us on admin@camdenfringe.org The Camden Fringe Ltd Limited Company number 067958
Upstairs at the Gatehouse added by llo on 6 Apr 2011
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Artistic Directors: John and Katie Plews In-House Company: Ovation Director in Residency: Racky Plews Lighting Designer in Residency: Howard Hudson OVATION THEATRES LIMITED Responsible for running Upstairs at the Gatehouse is Ovation Theatres Limited, most of our patrons are also shareholders in the company. The two directors are John and Katie Plews who, for over twenty years, have been running the theatrical production and corporate event company, Ovation Productions. John Plews has been associated with the theatre since leaving school. He completed the Technical Course at LAMDA and worked in both the provinces and West End including three years as Stage Manager at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. During the seventies John was a cruise director for Cunard, P & O and Princess Cruises. He also spent some time in local government running theatres, cinemas and civic venues. In 1985, Ovation was established to produce business conferences, product launches, roadshows, award ceremonies and c
Natasha Dobie - Home added by llo on 6 Apr 2011
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After being spotted through the medium of musical theatre, as having good operatic potential, and obtaining accompanying sponsorships, Natasha decided to retrain her voice for the operatic stage. This took a career change, as she went to study singing in Madrid for 4 years, to concentrate on the operatic and classical repertoire. On returning to England in 2003, she undertook ‘advanced diploma in Opera’, run by Mary Hill, Birkbeck University, London, graduating with distinction. Operatic coaches include: Dinah Harris, Joy Mammen, Ludmilla Andrew, Pauline Tinsley, and Paul Farrington.
Opera London added by llo on 3 Apr 2011
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"Opera London is a company that believes in plucking out the best of the opera circuit, whatever their background, and providing a platform to grow and be seen on a wider stage." Colin Jaque, founder of Opera London
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