Help us bring opera to Merton & Wandsworth

We are looking for reliable, enthusiastic volunteers with an interest in theatre, music and community projects to help us create our Die Fledermaus re-imagined for high street locations across Merton & Wandsworth , South London between 1st – 14th August.

No experience necessary – all training will be provided! Volunteers will get a sneak peek into our rehearsals and travel expenses covered on performance days. We also provide tea & cake!

You only need to commit to a couple of hours per show – and of course you get to see the show too! Whether you can commit to one, two or all of the performances we’d love to hear from you!

To find out further details or if you have any questions please contact General Manager, Leo Mercer.

Need more info? check out our Die Fledermaus page.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Performance Dates

Date Time Location
Thu 1st Aug  5pm COLLIERS WOOD (Starts at TBA)
Fri 2nd Aug  11am POLLARDS HILL (Starts at TBA)
Sat 3rd Aug  1pm
 5pm
RAYNES PARK (Starts at TBA)
WIMBLEDON (Starts at TBA)
Thu 8th Aug  5pm WANDSWORTH TOWN (Starts at TBA)
Fri 9th Aug  1pm MITCHAM TOWN CENTRE (Starts at TBA)
Sat 10th Aug  1pm
 5pm
CLAPHAM JUNCTION (Starts at TBA)
WIMBLEDON VILLAGE (Starts at TBA)
Tue 13th Aug  1pm
 5pm
MORDEN (Starts at TBA)
TOOTING BROADWAY (Starts at TBA)
Wed 14th Aug  1pm
 5pm
ROEHAMPTON (Starts at TBA)
WIMBLEDON (Starts at TBA)
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