2017: Mad King Suibhne. Produced at Bury Court Opera, subsequently performed also at Lilian Bayliss House (ENO) and Messum’s Wiltshire.

Libretto by Ivo Mosley, based on the medieval Irish poem Buile Suibhne translated by J.G. O’Keeffe. Music by Noah Mosley.

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’a succinctly poetic libretto’ Opera Magazine (Yehuda Shapiro), May 2017. ‘Ivo Mosley’s libretto was admirably constructed in seven succinct scenes, telling the story with clarity… The audience was held spellbound.’ Planet Hugill (Robert Hugill) March 2017. ‘Tremendously enjoyable and accomplished… what a delightful operatic experience’ Rupert Christiansen, @rupechri

2016: ‘July 14th 1944’. Three scenes from this opera, with music by Noah Mosley, were performed at the Bussey Building, Peckham. The subject of the opera is the attempt to kill Hitler and the urge to do the right thing no matter what the consequences to oneself.

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