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Barnum (October 2016) “We went to see Barnum last night - it was utterly superb! Colourful, lively, captivating and highly professional. It was so wonderful that I was humming the tunes when I went to bed and my feet were dancing in bed, so I didn't get to sleep for a while! Thank you to all involved - you have shared a lot of joy! (Facebook comment on AOS page)


The Sound of Music (April 2015) “My first experience of Abingdon Operatic Society last night - definitely won't be my last - really enjoyed The Sound of Music. Fabulous! Thank you. (Facebook comment on AOS page)


Oliver! (April 2013) “Awesome show tonight. Complete chance that I came along with the kids after seeing a poster in town. Possibly the nicest surprise I've had all year was seeing the kids faces during the show, and having them singing the songs all the way home!” (Facebook comment on the AOS page)


Sweeney Todd (October 2009) “Abingdon Operatic has a major triumph on its hands.” (Giles Woodforde, Oxford Times)


Oklahoma! (April 2009) “I have just arrived home after watching the Friday evening performance of Oklahoma!. Fabulous. What a wonderful show. I couldn't have seen better if I'd gone to a theatre in the West End.” (Daphne Samworth)


My Fair Lady (October 2008) “What I always find so impressive about AOS shows is the quality of the principals and in My Fair Lady they were all absolutely superb.” (Sally Robertson)


Half a Sixpence (April 2006) “This was an excellent evening's entertainment, and you can all feel proud of belonging to a Society that maintains such a high standard of entertainment in Oxfordshire - long may it continue.” (Gareth Jeremy, London Area NODA)


Cabaret (April 2002) “Brought vividly to life by AOS in an ambitious, thought-provoking production... A rip-roaring, toe-tapping pearl of a production” (Roy Cooper, Herald Newspapers)


Me and My Girl (April 2001) “One of the most colourful and energetic shows you will ever see... The hottest ticket in town... Don’t miss this corker of a show”  (Roy Cooper, Oxford Times)


“All the best ingredients of musical theatre. The show was slick and professional.” (Gareth Jeremy, London Area NODA)


“One of the most enjoyable evenings in the theatre for a long time... Not a weak link anywhere.” (Andrew Stone, Oxford Drama Network)


Kismet (October 2000) “A glittering production.” (Roy Cooper, Herald Newspapers)


“A first class production of a difficult show.” (Gareth Jeremy, London Area NODA)


Annie Get Your Gun (April 2000) “AOS always present first class music in its productions.” (Gareth Jeremy, London Area NODA)


42nd Street (October 1999) “Every time I watch AOS I leave the Amey Hall thinking it does not get much better than that.” (Helen Peacocke, Herald Newspapers)


The Sorcerer (April 1999) “A great show from an amateur company with professional talents.” (Helen Peacocke, Oxford Times)

Follow the links in the Shows menu above to see AOS shows past, present and future.  We set high standards for ourselves at AOS and so we’re pleased when our efforts are recognised. Here are just some of the reviews our shows have received in previous years.