Paul will be playing the role of Prince Casimir in the upcoming production of Offenbach’s rarely performed “The Princess of Trébizonde” with New Sussex Opera.
The opera will be conducted by Toby Purser in a new translation by director/designer Anthony Baker.
Cumnor House School Theatre, Danehill Sunday November 14 5pm
Stag Theatre Sevenoaks Thursday November 18 7.30pm
Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne Sunday November 21 4pm
The Old Market, Hove Sunday November 28 4pm
Britten Theatre RCM, Sunday December 5 4pm
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Paul will be appearing in the Opera della luna production of “Curtain Raisers” – playing Box in Sullivan & Burnand’s “Cox & Box” and Giraffier in Offenbach’s “Les Deux Aveugles”.
The dates are as follows:
28 Aug 7.30 The Theatre, Chipping Norton
29 Aug 2.30 The Theatre, Chipping Norton
31 Aug 7.45 Wilton’s Music Hall, London
1 Sep 7.30 Wilton’s Music Hall, London
2 Sep 2.30 & 7.30 Wilton’s Music Hall, London
3 Sep 7.30 Wilton’s Music Hall, London
4 Sep 2.30 & 7.30 Wilton’s Music Hall, London
8 Sep 7.30 CAST Theatre, Doncaster
Workshop of a new opera, “Bread & Circuses” with music by Liam Wade and libretto by Charles Ogilvie in Plymouth from August 4-11, 2021. Directed by Julia Mintzer and conducted by Patrick Bailey.
Paul will be playing the role of promoter & ex-wrestler, Johnny Vance.
Bread and Circuses | Liam Wade – Composer (liamwadeclassical.com)
Like most performers I have been lying low and have had performances at the Royal Albert Hall, the Buxton Festival and the Iford Festival cancelled in the last year.
However, it looks as though things are beginning to start up again, and I hope to bring news of future performances soon. Best wishes to all.
At the end of February, EPOC returned to Bosnia & Herzegovina to do workshops based on “Carmen” in schools in Mostar and Stolac.
Paul performed with soprano Danae Eleni and Director/Pianist Mark Tinkler with the wonderful Amer Jusic providing narration and organisation.
The trip was a great success and we look forward to returning later in the year to create a large, semi-staged SingFest concert performance with school choirs from the East and West.
English Pocket Opera Company were back in 28 Barnet schools in January & February 2020 with their new interactive workshop. This was in preparation for their upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall on 30 April with Barnet schools choirs and orchestras. Along with Paul were EPOC director Mark Tinkler and sopranos Pamela Hay and Danae Eleni.
Paul is playing Menelaus in the New Sussex Opera & Opera della luna co-production of Offenbach’s “La Belle Hélène“. Directed by Jeff Clarke and conducted by Toby Purser, the fabulous cast comprises Hannah Pedley (Helene), Anthony Flaum (Paris), Charles Johnston (Agamemnon), Rob Gildon (Calchas), Catherine Backhouse (Orestes) & Jennifer Clark (Bacchis) with the New Sussex Opera Chorus.
Performances are at the following venues:
Nov 13 Lewes Town Hall 7pm
Nov 17 Eastbourne Congress Theatre 4pm
Nov 28 East Grinstead Chequer Mead 7pm
Dec 1 Hove Old Market 4pm
Dec 5 London Bloomsbury Theatre 7pm
Jan 26 Stowe School Roxburgh Theatre 3pm
Paul will be singing Don José in an arena sized performance of “Carmen” with English Pocket Opera Company in association with United Learning Schools and the Royal Opera House at the Olympic Games’ Copperbox Arena in Stratford, London on Wed 26 June.
This is the latest of EPOC’s Singfest performances with choirs from United Learning schools from all over England, and an orchestra made up of players from London’s top orchestras.
The production will be an hour long performance of extracts from Bizet’s opera, conducted by Kelvin Lim and directed by Mark Tinkler with Hannah Pedley as Carmen, Pamela Hay as Micaela and Pauls Putnins as Escamillo.
I will be reprising the roles of Mercury & John Styx in “Orpheus In The Underworld” for Opera della luna at the following venues:
Tue 4 June: Salisbury Playhouse 7.30pm
Mon 8 July: Buxton Opera House 7.15pm
Thu 11 July: Buxton Opera House 2.00pm
Wed 17 July: Buxton Opera House 7.15pm
Mon 22 July: Bloomsbury Theatre, London 7.30pm
Tue 23 July: Bloomsbury Theatre, London 7.30pm
Paul is spending November with English Pocket Opera Company, taking their “History of Western Classical Music (Part 1)” around Barnet schools with Pamela Hay and Mark Tinkler.