Alison Arnopp

Alison Arnopp trained at the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music which recently awarded her an Associate title. She was also a prize winner in the Lotte Lenya International Singing Competition.

Alison was cast as Gwendoline Lacey in Malory Towers, produced by Wise Children and directed by Emma Rice.

Credits include Jeanie in the 50th anniversary UK tour of Hair, Tiff in Club Mex at the Hope Mill Theatre, Space Diva/Mrs Truthstretcher in Eugenius! at The Other Palace and also completed a season with the RSC in The Tempest and First Encounters. Other theatre credits include Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Donmar Warehouse), Tales From Hollywood (Donmar Warehouse, staged reading), the title role in Dusty, (Charing Cross Theatre), Fingask Follies (Featured Soloist) and Thursford Christmas Spectacular (2012 & 2013).

She is also a seasoned concert performer, most recently performing as a solosit The Cork Proms at Cork Opera House. Alison has alos performed at the Royal Festival Hall as a soloist in Bernstein’s Mass conducted by Marin Alsop. Other concerts include Nick Lloyd-Webber and James Reid's The Little Prince in Abu Dhabi (Chimera Productions) and Claude-Michel Schonberg's Masterclass. Opera credits include TannhaĆ¼ser (Royal Opera House) and The Magic Flute (London Youth Opera).

She is enthusiastic about new work and is regularly involved in workshops and developments: The Seeker (Siddartha) by Rachel Fuller, T'Aint A Bird (Arts Theatre) and Eugenius! at The Palladium (Kevin Wood Productions).

Alison has written an performed several solo cabaret and comedy shows, including Re:Human, performed at Vaults festival. She has also performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe with musical improv troupe, Impromptunes.