Tuesday, 14 July 2015

News of this year's Gala!!

All about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in an evening of some of his best-loved music from the
da Ponte trilogy - The Marriage of Figaro  -  Cosi Fan Tutte  -  Don Giovanni

We welcome back some of Glasthule's favourite singers - Sinead Campbell Wallace
Doreen Curran  John Molloy  &  introduce soprano, Maria McGrann and tenor
David Lynn with the one and only David Brophy - our favourite conductor.

Saturday September 19th  7.30pm Pavilion Theatre Dun Laoghaire  Euro 25.
Booking www.paviliontheatre.ie ( no booking fee )  Tel. 01 2312929

Friday, 19 September 2014

Delighted audience

Last night was a triumph for the cast of the Triple Bill. Sounded and looked absolutely gorgeous. Plenty of laughs, too!!!

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Indian Summer +Prosecco!

Indian Summer +Prosecco + magnificent view of Dublin Bay from the Pavilion Terrace = A Night at the Opera.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Costume Call!

Excitement is mounting as Ingrid finishes the costumes - looking fab.
The singing is just wonderful! - what else would you expect from Brendan Collins, Morgan Crowley, Owen Gilhooly, Raphaela Mangan, Joan O'Malley, Ross Scanlon, Sarah Shine and our terrific actor, Elliot Moriarty.

Friday, 5 September 2014

Busy Singers

All the Singers, including the sewing machines, are in full flight!!

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Ready Steady SING!!

The casts are gathering from far and near to embark on an intense rehearsal period and present this year's stunning TRIPLE BILL of opera in less than three weeks!!

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Favourite singers return for TRIPLE BILL in September

Back for an evening of fun-filled opera are  SARAH  POWER    BRENDAN  COLLINS     
OWEN GILHOOLY and  RAPHAELA  MANGAN   who will be joined by our opera stars of the future   Soprano  SARAH  SHINE  and  Tenor  CONOR  BREEN with
Conductor  DAVID  BROPHY and  Director  HELENE  MONTAGUE who also wrote the new English libretto for Offenbach's hilarious comedy about a lottery ticket-  the rarely performed 
"Le 66".  Look forward also to a quartet of singing bridge players in Samuel Barber's tiny opera  "A HAND OF BRIDGE".  Completing an evening of non-tragic opera Wolf-Ferrari's 
"Susanna's Secret"unfolds an unusual secret with some sparkling music and virtuoso singing.