All set for two nights, Barber then Traviata, in the incredible marble hall at Holkham Hall. Tomorrow and Saturday.
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Part of the team at Stuckeridge with our wonderful hostess Caroline.
A perfect setting for two wonderful evenings of opera
Unloading begins for two nights at Stuckeridge Opera
Standing ovation here in Guernsey for a great performance of Traviata. What a beautiful venue!
The old girl arrives in Guernsey!
A lovely view of The Great Conservatory after two nights if opera for Children with Cancer. Thanks to all involved a d to the audiences for being so appreciative.
The cast of Traviata begin to assemble for their pre-show picnic at Syon Park for Children with Cancer.
An interesting picture of the Traviata set in Syon Park taken by our ‘Barone’ Adrian Powter
Anne Marabini Young
Music and Artistic Director:
Bryan Evans MBE
COMMITTEE OF HONOUR
Geraldine Whittaker CBE
John Whittaker CBE
The Lord & Lady Laidlaw of Rothiemay