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Welcome to Putney Light Operatic Society, come in and discover what our inclusive dramatic society is all about…

Laughter, tears, entertainment and awards – our 70th Anniversary Gala had it all. Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Crowne Plaza for what was a stunning celebration of PLOS and our 70 glorious years. Special thanks to our performers: Jonny Clines, Kate Richardson, Jemma Louise Smith, Gilly Low, Alison Walters, and Harriet and […]

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*STOP PRESS* Read the fantastic review of West Side Story by NODA reviewer Des Wilby now –  “Congratulations must first be given to Freddy Bowen for his vision and overall ‘feel’ for how this show should be presented…” “Choreography is expected to be exemplary with this show and congratulations must be given to Emily Bowers […]

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Congratulations to the cast and crew of our panto, Beauty and the Beast, which has enjoyed success at the 2018 London District NODA awards. As well as winning The It’s Behind You Award for Best Pantomime, there was also personal recognition for Harriet Ruby, who picked up The Nigel Gravette Award for Best Performance in a Pantomime for […]

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The nominations for our 2018 Awards – The PLOSCARS – have been announced and you can vote for the winners which will be announced at our 70th Anniversary Gala on 16 June 2018. Visit the Gala event page to vote and to find out more about this celebratory event.  

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Alex Blackie returns to the PLOS stage today as beekeeper Roland, in Nick Payne’s award-winning play, Constellations.  We caught up with him hours before curtain up… Q: What’s in like being involved in a production where there are only two actors? It’s been great! I think that this is due mainly to the natural chemistry Emily […]

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Emily O’Mahony makes her PLOS debut this week as Marianne in Nick Payne’s award-winning play, Constellations. We caught up with her on the eve of opening night at the Landor Theatre: Q: What’s in like being involved in a production where there are only two actors? It’s brilliant! Albeit very different. I’ve done short pieces […]

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We caught up with Alex Johnson, director of Constellations, which runs from 27 February- 3 March 2018 at the Landor Theatre, Clapham. Click HERE for tickets Q: This is your first time directing for PLOS. What was behind your choice of play, in Constellations? It’s just a brilliant piece of writing. It’s funny, poignant, believable […]

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