Our next production this November
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Welcome to the West London based Julian Light Operatic Society.

And last, we will be returning to our usual home, the Questors Theatre in Ealing, for a new, full production of The Mikado in November. And we can't wait.

Covid 19 meant we couldn't’t operate for many months, along with all similar societies and groups.

When some restrictions were removed we did present two well-received semi-staged /concert versions of The Pirates of Penzance and The Sorcerer in November 2021 and April 2022 in St Barnabas Church in Ealing.

So the Mikado will be our first full scale show sine 2019. So, put the dates - November 17th to 19th - In your diary and come back to book your seat when the box office is open.

We are looking forward to seeing you once again in Japan.

 

Some of the cast in The Sorcerer, a semi-staged /concert version of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta performed in April 2022. Stephanie Laishley (Aline) on the left, Tom Dalton (Alexis) in the middle and Paul Clarke (J.W.Wells).

The Julian aims to give the local community an opportunity to experience light opera to as high a standard as possible at lower cost than the professional theatre.

We try to cast principal parts from within the membership and it is open to all to join us, experienced or not. There are plenty of roles in the chorus and much to do backstage and front of house. We have a great team spirit and some people have been singing and acting with us since the 1960s. 

We meet for rehearsal every Wednesday evening at Haven Green Baptist Church, Castlebar Road, Ealing W5 2UP

Then our main production is usually in the autumn and a soirée or variety concert is normally each Spring. 

The Company is self-financing through members' subscriptions and fundraising. If you would like to offer financial assistance either by becoming a patron or through official sponsorship, contact the Secretary (details below). Click here for full membership detail

The Sorcerer - The Company.
'With a little help from our friends'

Our last full show before Covid, in 2019 - the group's 73rd year - was The Yeomen of the Guard. Since then we have performed two concert/semi-stagings of “The Pirates of Penzance” and "The Sorcerer". We usually do G&S but occasionally turn to work by other composers and writers. Could we tell you about how you might help with future shows?   Please click here.


 

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