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Book Your Widbrook Grange Picnic for the 2019 Iford Arts Season

All performances offer the opportunity to picnic in the beautiful, historically important grounds of Belcombe Court. You are welcome to bring your own picnic, or order one that has been prepared by Widbrook Grange.  Iford Arts Patrons have reserved, covered seating for picnicking. There will also be a limited amount of pre-bookable covered seating for picnicking…

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Honorary Treasurer wanted for Wiltshire based Opera Organisation

Iford Arts is an established music charity focussed on producing a small annual opera festival recognised internationally for the quality and immediacy of its productions. The charity also runs a training and development programme for young singers and an outreach programme into local schools. Based primarily in Bradford on Avon and serving the wider West…

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I’m a theatre animal and a diva hidden behind a music stand is no substitute for the real thing, frankly

Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus: an Iford Arts Production 18 & 19 May Bath Guildhall About the production, by Simon Butteriss In these troubled times, the expense of staging opera and operetta becomes ever more challenging and, increasingly, concert performances replace full productions. I’m a theatre animal and a diva hidden behind a music stand is…

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The British don’t get operetta. Does it lack good British moral fibre? By Simon Butteriss

As Iford Arts opens its 2019 season with two performances of Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, starring Simon Butteriss at Bath Guildhall on 18 & 19 May, the legendary comic baritone, director and Dr. Blind on the night, looks at the Brits relationship with operetta. A BRITISH BAT By Simon Butteriss The British don’t get operetta. We don’t go…

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** Casting Announcements for Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus in Bath on 18 & 19 May

Iford Arts is delighted to make the following cast announcements. They join legendary comic baritone SIMON BUTTERISS and NADINE BENJAMIN  in Johann Strauss’s classic operetta Die Fledermaus –  a comic story of revenge and seduction – performed in the glorious Banqueting Room of the Bath Guildhall. Alfred – ROBIN BAILEY The serenading tenor, who declares his love for…

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