Opera on the Run

Opera on the Run offer unique entertainment with opera singing waiters, waitresses & police officers! Original, memorable and highly amusing!

Opera on the Run's Bio

Opera on the Run have been entertaining at private parties and corporate events for over eight years and comprises of some of the most highly accomplished operatic talent in the country.

From Singing Waiters to The Singing Policemen, the last few years have seen a dramatic rise in demand for their unique style of entertainment.

‘The gift of Opera on the Run is one which we will always remember’
Jennifer Ames-Hacopian, Louise Vitton Moet Hennesey

In addition to their popular acts, they create full scale original productions for public and private performance.

Opera on the Run recently received critical acclaim both in the West End and at the Edinburgh Festival:

‘The funniest and best show in town’
The Times

‘Stunning…an exciting and flashy extravaganza’
Three Weeks

Singing Waiters
Their famous Singing Waiters continue to impress an ever-expanding audience from private wedding parties to large scale corporate events.

Disguised as waiters, chefs and ‘hidden Divas’, their performers skilfully infiltrate your event. At the chosen moment they burst into song to the amazement of the guests in a performance that will leave them singing all the way home!

‘Talk about an ice breaker…it absolutely made the whole party! The success was down to you!’
Robin Lloyd, Pots and Pithoi

‘Thank you for the outstanding performance you gave us. We were very impressed at your entertainment. You were a pleasure to work with. You certainly surprised the audience!’
Sarah Carmody, Jones Bootmakers

Singing Policemen
Disguised as Policemen, the crack squad will arrive at the scene of your incident at the designated time; they will cause quite a disturbance as your guests will believe them to be the real thing.

Guests will be cautioned then, if necessary and required, a particular guest will be arrested. Great pleasure will be taken in apprehending the said ‘felon’ with information given prior to the event by an ‘informer’.

Guests will be doubly surprised as the Policemen burst into song, with their voices set to stun.

‘The Singing Policemen did such a wonderful job, lifting the evening at just the right moment, enjoying a standing ovation’.
Angela Fuller, Crimestoppers Ball 2005 at the V&A

You do not have the right to remain silent!
CLIENTS

Opera on the Run have had the pleasure of working with many companies and organisations, including:

Carphone Warehouse – Euro Disney – The Cafe Royal – The Savoy – The Ritz – The Bank of Scotland – Thames Water – Novell – UK Oracle – Jones Bootmakers – Time Magazine – Dell – Moyses Stevens – Dartmouth Festival – Henley Festival – The New Ambassadors Theatre – The Pleasance – The Chinese Embassy – The V & A Museum – Guys Hospital – St Thomas’s Hospital and many, many more!

TESTIMONIALS

‘Opera on the Run were the highlight of our weekend!’
Sue Smith, Bank of Scotland

‘I just called to say a big thank you for a wonderful performance’
The Hempel Hotel

‘Thank you for making our event such a success, one we’ll always remember’
Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy

‘You brought such joy to us’
– Ashley Wilde Group

‘Thanks for putting on a really good show. Every one had a really good time’
– Imperial College

‘Our launch was a great success. My Clients haven’t stopped talking about it!’
– Clarkson Hyde

‘My client was totally delighted by your performance and highly complementary.’
Marc Hirschowitz, M & D Associates

‘Just a line to tell you how absolutely brilliant you were. Everything was wonderful: the singing, the infiltration, the involvement of the guests in dancing and the great charm of you and your colleagues.’
Sue Leifer, Hampstead Town Hall

‘Opera on the Run were spectacular! They definitely made our day.’
Trafalgar Day Celebrations in Portsmouth

‘You really brought the whole proceedings to life!’
Hugh MacDonald at The Caledonian Club

‘A huge thank you for a splendid performance. I do not think we could possibly express in words just how great the atmosphere was in the room during your performance.’
Carol Bunning, NSPCC May Ball 2005

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