St Albans Chamber Opera Tea Concerts

21st November 2021, 13th February 2022 & 15th May 2022
2:30 pm
St Stephen's Church Hall

On Sunday November 21st, we have our first live Tea Concert for some time at St Stephen's Church Hall.  Doors open at 2.30pm for a cup of tea and cakes.  Richard Woodall and Katy Bingham-Best have devised a special programme for us, Ah Yes, I remember it,… well? Julian Barber is once again playing for us.  

The next Tea Concert is on Sunday 13th February, 2022 when we have Julian Barber again with his duo partner Timothy Hewitt-Jones on the cello with a fascinating programme which includes Beethoven and Grieg, and finally on Sunday 15th May, 2022 Catrin Lewis and her pianist Louisa Lam have put together a programme of their favourite repertoire, My Favourite Things, with songs and arias both classical and popular.

Tickets sold on door.



Franz Lehár

23rd to 26th March 2022
4:30pm (26th only); 7:30 pm (all days)
Abbey Theatre, St Albans

SACO presents a new English translation by Philip Salmon of Franz Lehar's extraordinary operetta.


Centred around the titular rich widow and her countrymen's attempt to keep her money in the principality by finding her the right husband, the work was based on an 1861 comedy play, L'attaché d'ambassade (The Embassy Attaché) by Henri Meilhac.

Directed by John Heath; conducted by David Ireson.

Tickets to follow.