Venue: The Great Conservatory, Syon Park.
Dates: Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th June 2019. 6.30pm – 11.30pm.
Operas: to be confirmed.
Once again, Diva Opera will provide two stunning evenings of entertainment in the Great Conservatory in Syon Park. There will be productions of two different operas. We’ll confirm which two operas shortly.
This is the 28th year we will be presenting opera in this beautiful setting. The Opera at Syon evenings have raised over £1.3 million for Children with Cancer UK to date.
Picnics will be provided during the interval, all within the beautiful Great Conservatory in Syon Park, the London home of the Duke of Northumberland.
Individual tickets are £180 each and will be available online in due course.
The ticket price includes a champagne reception and a delicious picnic, with wine.
Ideally, the weather will be kind enough to allow picnicking to take place on the lawn. But, failing that, candle lit tables in the Conservatory make for a wonderful alternative.
For more information please email our Events team or call them on 020 7404 0808.
Our special thanks go to Lady Julia Craig Harvey and Mrs Peter Hargreaves-Allen, co-chairs of the organising committee, and to all members of the committee:
|The Lady Forbes||Mrs Andrew Lockhart||Mrs Julian Muir|
|Dr Jenny Beechey||Mrs Basia Hamilton||Mrs Harry Eugene Lockhart||Mr Hugo Page, QC|
|Mr John Beechey||Mrs Nicholas Haydon||Mrs Beau Mathieu||Mrs Marc Pereire|
|Mrs Anthony Bonsor||Mrs Ian Hunter||Mrs James Meade||Mrs Lincoln Seligman|
|The Countess of Bradford||Dr Susana Ingram||Mr Sam Melluish||The Countess Trapp von Matsch|
|Mr Benjamin Clark||Mrs Wolfgang Kerck||Mr Salim Moollan||Miss Ayesha Vardag|
|Dr. Leonie H. DeRamus||Mrs Aboudi Kosta||Mrs Richard Morse||Mrs James Whitaker|
|Miss Esther Eyre||The Viscountess Lifford||Mrs Sam Morse|
020 7404 0808
For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact the events team.
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