Lend Me a Tenor: 21st-25th October 2014

ELODS, an award-winning amateur theatre group in North London are proud to present this spectacular musical farce that will have the entire audience dazzled by its charm and hilarity. With music by Brad Carroll and lyrics by Peter Sham, the show is based on the 1986 play of the same name by Ken Ludwig and is set in 1934 in Cleveland, Ohio. Nominated for 6 Tony Awards in 2010 the story revolves around the renowned tenor, Tito Merelli, who is scheduled to sing the lead in 'Otello', produced as a gala fundraiser for the Cleveland Opera Company. Chaos and confusion ensues after Merelli is accidentally given a double dose of tranquilliser and Saunders, the general manager of the opera company, is forced into asking his assistant Max to impersonate the opera star in the show. An uproarious, comic delirium devised by a series of mistaken identity, romantic encounters, lunacy and tempestuousness, this show is sure to have the audience rolling around with laughter. With ELODS being nominated for two NODA awards this year, this spell binding production is not to be missed!

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Booking Details

Please see our tickets page for booking details.

Dates and Prices

Standard Concession
Tuesday 21 October 7:30pm 14.00 13.00
Wednesday 7:30pm 15.00 14.00
Thursday 23 October 7:30pm 15.00 14.00
Friday 24 October 7:30pm 16.00 -
Saturday 25 October 2:30pm 16.00 15.00
Saturday 25 October 7:30pm 16.00 -

1 discount per ticket if 10 or more.

Concessions = Senior citizens and children under 16 years only.

Friends of Elods - 1 off up to 4 tickets.

School Groups: 10 per ticket, except Fri & Saturday

Students: 10 Tuesday only

Our theatre

The Wyllyotts Theatre is a well established theatre for amateur shows with an enthusiastic audience. It has many excellent facilities for audiences, including newly upgraded seating and a friendly bar and cafe.

Wyllyotts is easy to get to with many transport links and has ample parking. Please find more information about Wyllyotts theatre including detailed directions by train and car at


Book and Lyrics by Peter Sham. Music by Brad Carroll. Based on the play by Ken Ludwig. Licensed from Josef Weinberger