Gilbert & sullivan gala concert

Gilbert & Sullivan Gala Concert

Organised by Rotary Club The Hague Metropolitan in support of Sarnelli House in Thailand, an orphanage for abused and abandoned children.

Gilbert

Charles Court Opera from London UK

The Gala Concert, which will also be performed as part of HM Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations in the UK, will bring an evening of entertainment and music from England’s most famous operatic partnership to the stage at the Koninklijke Schouwburg (Royal Theatre) in The Hague, where the evening will include many Gilbert & Sullivan favourites, plus one or two lesser known works.

The funds raised from this one-off performance will allow us to support Sarnelli House, a children's orphanage in Thailand that is dedicated to saving the lives of forgotten children who have been abused or orphaned and others who are living with HIV/AIDS. Sarnelli House provides the safe, healthy, loving and happy environment these children should have had, and aims to give the children medical support and an education to create a future for them as adults.

Dates & Location

28 June 2012 at 20.30 hrs

Koninklijke Schouwburg
Korte Voorhout 3
2501 CW The Hague

Tickets & Reservation

RED Gala Seats € 50,00
BLUE Seats € 40,00
YELLOW Seats € 30,00

Proceeds of this one off gala performance will go to Sarnelli House, an orphanage in Thailand.

Charity

Online in The English Theatre’s Ticketshop or T 06 300 500 18.

Information

About Sarnelli House
Sarnelli House is an orphanage in Thailand that is dedicated to saving the lives of forgotten children who have been abused or orphaned and others who are living with HIV/AIDS who were abandoned by their parents, neglected by society and deprived of a life that they would never know. Sarnelli House provides the safe, healthy loving and happy environment these children should have had.
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About Charles Court Opera
Charles Court Opera was formed in 2005 by John Savournin as a platform for young talent, starting life at the Rosemary Branch Theatre in Islington. Now in its sixth year, CCO has produced over 25 stage productions across the UK and abroad, in venues ranging from pub theatres to National Concert Halls, travelling to France, Ireland, Spain and the USA. They are now respected as one of the most exciting and diverse young opera and theatre companies, producing a wide range of work including their critically acclaimed G&S productions, grand opera, musicals, contemporary music events, education projects and their legendary 'off-piste' boutique pantomimes, in which music theatre and opera singers rub shoulders with actor-musicians to create a theatrical experience like no other.
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About the Rotary The Hague Metropolitan
Founded in 1990, Rotary Club The Hague Metropolitan (RCTHM) is a Netherlands English language club. Its membership reflects the cosmopolitan community in and around The Hague. It is a medium size, mixed gender club with a fluctuating membership due to the comings and goings of expatriates that make up a majority of its members. The nationality mix is varied and membership covers a wide spectrum of businesses, sciences and international relations.
This tapestry of nationalities and backgrounds gives a unique flavour to the Club's meetings, events and activities. Recruiting new members to sustain its membership and enhance its diversity is an on-going goal. RCTHM is dedicated to upholding the Rotary International motto "Service Above Self".
While supporting projects in the local community, RCTHM's membership composition places a special emphasis on the support of international projects.
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