Photos from Tête à Tête Opera Festival 2014

Here are a few of the production shots of our London performance as part of Tête à Tête. All photos taken by Claire Shovelton.

To see all production photos, click on the following link which will take to our page on the festival’s website:







A really big thanks goes to the whole team at Tête à Tête and Kings Place, who looked after us exceedingly well. It was a great experience, and a big success. So thank you to you all.We all had a ball! Here’s to next year!


Tête à Tête Festival 2014

I’m delighted to say that tickets are now on sale for our show as part of the Tête à Tête Festival 2014, this August!

Tête à Tête is dedicated to presenting new and experimental opera work from all over the UK, as part of it’s annual festival. We are honoured to be a part of this great endeavour and look forward to presenting our own vision in this exciting festival.

To book your tickets, click on this link:  Tickets

To read more about the festival and it’s 2014 programme, click on this link:  2014 Programme

Final Dress Rehearsal Photos

Well folks, the premier has come and gone and here we are two days away from our next performance. Super excited already. And to tickle your fancy, I’m posting up some photos taken from our final dress rehearsal on Wednesday. It was the usual scramble to get all the final pieces together, the usual stresses. It was great to finally see it together – lights, projections, music, actors, chorus members, props, costumes, cues in all the right places and how it suddenly became a fleshy little piece of music theatre.

If you haven’t seen it yet, come join us on Sunday 18th May or next Saturday 24th May. Can’t wait to see you there!

Many thanks to the fabulous photographer Pia Clodi for coming down and taking these super photos!

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi

© Pia Clodi


Performance Spare – Mo.e

This is the space we are going to be performing in for our Vienna three-day run. It’s a disused factory, which is now being used as a contemporary art and culture venue. Check out their website here :

I’m really looking forward to getting in there. It’s a big old room, with lots of character, a bit grimey (which suits the piece) and surprisingly good acoustics! I think once we’re in there, with lights, and full walls of projections, it’s gonna look the part. Totally atmospheric.

For more info on the show, click here

To reserve tickets for Vienna, email: