Joanna Goldspink

Bishop's Stortford-based soprano, teacher, accompanist & choral arranger

Peep Bo in The Mikado

I'm delighted to announce that I will be playing Peep Bo in The Mikado for the rest of the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company's 2017 tour.  Only one performance remains of this show, in Norwich on Thursday 14th September.  Tickets are selling fast so book yours here before it's too late!

National G&S Opera Company

I can now officially announce that I've been accepted into the chorus of all four shows in the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company's tour this summer, and will also be covering the role of Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance.  I'm thrilled to have my first professional performing engagement lined up after I graduate from my Master's at RWCMD, and especially happy that it is with this lovely company performing repertoire I really enjoy.

Further information about all the dates and venues can be found on my Events page, and more information will be posted soon on the Company's website.  The tour covers areas near the southeast, Peak District, Yorkshire, the Midlands, East Anglia and the northeast, so I hope to see you somewhere along the way!

Forbear! Theatre - Iolanthe

I'm thrilled to announce that I have been cast as Phyllis in an exciting production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe.  Forbear! Theatre are a young and exciting company and I can't wait to work with them on this show, which will be performed in the round at the Baron's Court Theatre in London.

The production team are Rachel Middle (artistic director/stage director) and William Remmers (musical director), both of whom I had the pleasure of working with in the recent Savoynet Performing Group production of Utopia, Ltd.  This will be the longest run I've undertaken in a while and I'm looking forward to performing to many different audiences in one of my favourite roles.

Show dates are 5th-18th December.  More details (including how to book tickets) can be found in due course on my Events page.  To find out more about Forbear! Theatre, see their website.

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