Tete a Tete: The Opera Festival 2015 review - 'The Stage'

The subject of first night's second show is the Jamaican heroine Queen Nanny, the spiritual and military leader who led the Maroons into battle with the British in the 1720s. Sung and danced with grace by Abigail Kelly . . . .

 

"A further small group of live musicians would have made all the difference, but Kelly's natural musical abilities emerged unscathed."

Taken from: https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2015/tete-tete-opera-festival-2015/

Abigail's Tweets

AbigailKellySop RT @WPOpera: In Shrewsbury today? Come to our @Volcano_Coffee pop-up coffee shop @WightmanTheatre #thecoffeeopera @shropmusictrust https://…
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AbigailKellySop #Halifax! It’s been a total pleasure! A fabulous @squarechapel audience and some lovely gin c/o @GinLaneUK #HomewardBound
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AbigailKellySop RT @stanleyoperaco: After their success last week with Norma, this is a real cry for help. Singers contact @Midland_Opera. Join up and be p…
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AbigailKellySop RT @rodneyEclarke: Having a blast during rehearsal @BarbicanCentre with Crouch End Festival Chorus.#porgyandbess https://t.co/rvOVuHG6Ch
AbigailKellySop RT @SopranoIsabelle: Words cannot espresso how fun it's been rehearsing for @WPOpera's 'The Coffee Opera'. Especially when you're poorly an…
AbigailKellySop I’m making my merry way to @BarbicanCentre to sing in #PorgyAndBess tonight. I can’t wait to meet the @thechoir #SuperHappySoprano