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The Prodigal Son

The Homecoming

with Kathy Taylor-Jones



The Mikado

with Pauline Birchall


 Barber of Seville

The Magic Flute

with Allison Bell

"I have rarely heard

Dr Bartolo sung so well,

on top of which,

Trevor Alexander’s

portrayal and comic timing was spot on, as was

proven by the gales of laughter from the audience".

© Dan Ferrari

"It was an absolute pleasure to hear Trevor Alexander again. I marvel at the consistency of his clear diction, whatever he is singing, what a refreshing change."

"Another gem was

Trevor Alexander’s Sharpless.

He managed to convey Sharpless’ gamut of emotions and his shock when the child

is revealed in Act 2 was

extremely moving. He well

deserved the cheer that

greeted him for his curtain call".

© Steve Ashley

"Trevor Alexander’s Germont Père was well defined and well sung, he is a real singing actor, bravo.."

G&S Live! 

Sue Cullen

The Mystery of Edwin Drood


Concert at Grym's Dyke

with Sally-Ann Shepherdson


The opening arioso sung by Trevor Alexander (the father) was exciting in its quality and set a high standard.


Trevor Alexander makes a strong father in the Britten and shines brightly as the equivalent figure in the Homecoming.



As Agnes Leadbetter in Kentish Tales

Promised Land 

Madama Butterfly

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Un Giorno di Regno

Un Giorno di Regno

Happy as a Sandbag

Happy as a Sandbag

L'elisir d'amore

Kentish Tales 

Castle Rackrent

Promised Land

Merry Widow 

Tomfoolery with

Morag McLaren



Dido and Aeneas

Die Fledermaus

Sorbet! Sorbet!

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