Next Productions

The Magic of Kentish Opera

Bromley & Sheppard's Colleges - Sun 16th October 2016


Stag Theatre - Sat 29th and Sun 30th October 2016


Kentish Opera will be performing this gala at both the Bromley and Shephard's Colleges and at the Stag Theatre. Both galas will be a collection of magically themed opera excerpts, fully staged and costumed, with professional soloists and the Kentish Opera Chorus.

Last Production

Verdi's Macbeth

Stag Theatre - 25th to 28th May 2016


From the dramatic opening scene, which is due to the fabulous costumes by Carol Stevenson, set design by Enid Strutt and lighting by Colin Martin, this "Macbeth" was a splendid production! Every "lead" is strong and there was a thrilling stage presence by all of them. Terry John Bates and his crew, including the wonderful orchestra conducted by Robyn Sevastos, all combined to make an unmissable evening of Opera.

Previous Production

Faust by Gounod

Stag Theatre - 7th November 2015


A superb evenings entertainment with a large orchestra and chorus under direction of Robyn Sevastos. I had never heard this Opera in full, but I am now a fan, mainly due to this production. Principals were all exceptional in their roles as were the chorus. This piece as a concert worked.

Previous Production

The Merry Widow

Stag Theatre - 13th to 16th May 2015


"Kentish Opera you have scored again, every thing about your production falls well into the mark of excellence"

"Terry John Bates you gave us a superlative evenings entertainment taking your huge cast and giving us perfection in every way, I cannot fault this production."

Celebrating with ENO


 Kentish Opera has enjoyed a close association with ENO for many years and in 2011 shared its 60th Anniversary with ENO's 80th.

David Parry at the Jubilee


 David Parry (our Patron - on the left) conducted the LPO on the Symphony Barge during the Queen's Jubilee celebrations


Kentish Opera is always looking for new principals and chorus members.
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