The Merry Widow, Opera Holland Park, July-August 2020

Caroline is thrilled to announce she will perform the role of Olga in Opera Holland Park‘s 2020 production of The Merry Widow.


Conducted by John Andrews and directed by Christopher Luscombe, the cast will be as follows:

Julia Sporsén – Hannah Glawari
Alex Otterburn – Count Danilo
Alison Langer – Valencienne
Stephen Aviss – Camille
John Savournin – Baron Zeta
Neal Cooper – St. Brioche
John Lofthouse – Cascada
Nicholas Garrett – Kromow
Caroline Carragher – Olga

18, 22, 24, 28, 30 July, 1 August at 7.30pm

New production by Opera Holland Park
Surtitles in English
Music by Franz Lehár
Original book and lyrics by Victor Leon and Leo Stein
Translated and adapted by Kit Hesketh Harvey with Giles Havergal
Performed by arrangement with Glocken Verlag Limited, London
With the City of London Sinfonia and the Opera Holland Park Chorus

Priority booking dates
Founder/ Benefactor Priority Booking – Wednesday 22 January, 10am
Ambassador Priority Booking- Monday 27 January, 10am
Envoy Priority Booking– Monday 3 February, 10am
Silver and Gold Members Priority Booking– Monday 10 February, 10am
Friends Priority Booking– Monday 24 February, 10am
General Booking– Wednesday 26 February, 10am
INSPIRE £20 tickets – Wednesday 11 March, 10am
In person booking at the theatre – Wednesday 6 May, 10am

Vivaldi Gloria, St Giles’ Church Camberwell – Sunday October 6th

This weekend! Caroline will be joining forces once again with some of the Opera Alegria team to perform Vivaldi’s Gloria, and will also sing some operatic fireworks in the first half.


Directed by Ashley Valentine and featuring the chorus of St Giles’ Camberwell, Caroline will feature as guest soloist in the Vivaldi, together with Naomi Kilby and Fae Evelyn, sopranos, and Matthew Duncan, baritone.

Desire and Destiny – Opera Gala in aid of the National Brain Appeal, March 22nd 2019

So excited to be joining forces with Louisa, Nigel, Blake and Nell for this!

With all proceeds going to the National Brain Appeal, Desire & Destiny will feature some of opera’s best-loved moments, including excerpts from Carmen, Die Walküre, Tosca and Aida (and just maybe a few other surprise inclusions!).
It’ll be an evening of high drama (and more than a few high notes) in aid of a wonderful cause, and we’d be delighted if you can join us.

Hinde Street Methodist Church
19 Thayer Street

Friday 22nd March 2019
7:00 PM £20

Tickets and more details are available here

Siegmund and Sieglinde


The Prometheus Revolution – Fulham Opera at Grimeborn Festival

Caroline Carragher’s Wona is outstanding

I have to commend the cast, all of whom gave sterling performances. Each singer had their own moment or moments, and there were a lot of notes. Everyone really committed themselves to the performance and to the piece, and their support for new opera is admirable.

Delighted with the press comments coming in about our world premiere – more info here!