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John & Barbara's Windsor & Eton Operatic Society Pages

John and Barbara have been involved in WEOS from 1974 to 2000. Barbara first joined the chorus and John was quickly volunteered as set designer and builder.

Barbara moved more into theatre management as Producer or Assistant, her first show as Producer being in 1997 (see
-Pearl Fishers- by Bizet) and then again in 2000 (see Patience by Gilbert & Sullivan).



Commencing in 1962, the Society has risen from strength to strength, producing a wide variety of opera and operetta, including most of Gilbert and Sullivan's, others by Offenbach, Donizetti, Puccini, Verdi and even, Wagner's Flying Dutchman. See the -List of Shows-


Many of the shows have been performed before prestigious -Guests of Honour-

In the early years, the shows were put on in school halls. In 1975, the Society was fortunate to be able to work, and continues to work, in the Farrer Theatre of Eton College. Other venues have included the former Planet Theatre in Slough, and less frequently, the Wilde Theatre in Bracknell.

 (updated Jan 2007)

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-Home- -Site Map- -Photos- -Paintings- -Poems- -Genealogy- -BMD Certificates- -Operatics- -Contact-

-VISIT THE WEOS WEBSITE-

John & Barbara's Windsor & Eton Operatic Society Pages

John and Barbara have been involved in WEOS from 1974 to 2000. Barbara first joined the chorus and John was quickly volunteered as set designer and builder.

Barbara moved more into theatre management as Producer or Assistant, her first show as Producer being in 1997 (see
-Pearl Fishers- by Bizet) and then again in 2000 (see Patience by Gilbert & Sullivan).



Commencing in 1962, the Society has risen from strength to strength, producing a wide variety of opera and operetta, including most of Gilbert and Sullivan's, others by Offenbach, Donizetti, Puccini, Verdi and even, Wagner's Flying Dutchman. See the -List of Shows-


Many of the shows have been performed before prestigious -Guests of Honour-

In the early years, the shows were put on in school halls. In 1975, the Society was fortunate to be able to work, and continues to work, in the Farrer Theatre of Eton College. Other venues have included the former Planet Theatre in Slough, and less frequently, the Wilde Theatre in Bracknell.

 (updated Jan 2007)