Opera Naked

Our award-winning show, Opera Naked is ‘operatic cabaret’ – a unique mix of singing, revealing honesty and playful comedy. Why do some people want to sing opera, and what does it take to do it? Discover the naked truth with four professional singers whose lives are laid bare by our comic MC. Share their struggles and triumphs while enjoying some of opera’s greatest hits – sung from the heart.

OPERA NAKED IS touring in the south and Midlands in October and November  –  

You can catch us :

Friday 30 October at 7.30 p. at the Canterbury Festival
Colyer-Fergusson Hall, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7N
Tickets: 01227-787787 or ONLINE

Saturday 31 October at 7.30 pm at Stratford ArtsHouse
14 Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6LU
Tickets: 01789-207100 or ONLINE

Friday 6 November at 7.30 pm at Haslemere Hall
Bridge Road, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2AS
Tickets: 01428-642161 or ONLINE

Saturday 7 November at Taunton Brewhouse Theatre
Coal Orchard, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JL
TICKETS: 01823-283244 or ONLINE

Download a brochure here.
Or take a look at the Brighton Fringe Trailer here

PRESS FOR OPERA NAKED

“After hearing the inspirational stories and powerful arias we all felt rejuvenated … Make sure you catch this cure-for-all-ills show.”
***** Broadway Baby (26 May 2014)

“full of originality and comic invention … two hours of musical magic plus insight”
The Brighton  Argus (17 June 2014) awarding an ‘Argus Angel’ for Artistic Excellence’

“The audience, who looked as though they might be more familiar with caustic stand-up comedy, lapped it up.”
OPERA magazine (January 2014)

“It is emotional; it is charming; and above all, it is relaxed, personal, great fun, moving, and will keep you thinking long after you leave.”
**** Bachtrack.com (Oct. 2013)

“… if you were previously unconvinced about the art form, go and see Opera Naked for the arias. They speak for themselves. ”
FringeOpera.com

“Opera Naked strips away the high art shroud to expose the beating heart beneath.”
MonkeyMattersTheatre.com

To read the full reviews, please visit our Press page.
Read here about how Lynn Binstock created the show.