Bristol Opera 

Eugene Onegin - Winner of  Evening Post Rose Bowl Award

“What a stunning visual effect was created by the entry of the cast of aristocrats in their superb empire style costumes.  This scene was an excellent example of the very high standard of costumes throughout the production, where choices of colours, fabrics, styles and attention to historical detail had obviously been well researched and meticulously executed.

The costumes for the aristocratic assemblies with ladies in pastel shades, and the gentlemen’s military outfits were excellent.  The peasant costumes were outstandingly well designed and those for the young principal girls were delightful, and attractively worn without exception throughout.”
 

Shopfield Productions - Kings Lynn

Nelson – A Norfolk Boy

“The Nelson uniform drew applause on Bobs entrance for his narrative performance and greatly enhanced the event. (the hat was a perfect fit, you will be glad to know)"
 

Bristol Opera

The Pearl Fishers – Winner of the Evening Post Rose Bowl Award

“Visually, this production was a delight.  Much was due to a selection of costumes created and fitted with creativity and imagination.  Every member of the chorus looked different, singular, reflecting the amount of research that had been devoted to Singhalese customs, styles and characteristics.  Colours dazzled, greatly enhancing the exotic nature of the story.  Zorba’s strong blue looked commanding, Nadir’s costume suggested his previous adventures, it would be difficult to imagine a moré suitable, beautiful and interesting wardrobe. – Well done.”
 

Bristol Opera

The Vampire - Winner of  Evening Post Rose Bowl Award 2012

"These were an outstanding asset to the Production.  The tartan kilts in their authentic clans looked so dramatic, conveying the unusual setting.  The villagers were colourful with their tartan accessories and nineteenth century skirts and bodices.  The vampire master in his  sparkling purple gown and make up was suitably awesome.  The black cloaked witches with lights held under their chins were intimidating.

The Principals looked nothing short of fabulous in their kilts and velvet jackets.  The ladies breath taking in their beautiful Period gowns the selected colours complimenting each other."
 

 

 

 
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