The London Opera Glass Company has built up a large army of loyal fans all over the world, many of whom contact us with their opera glass stories. Lots of people wish to purchase their own set while others like to have them printed to mark a special event.
Theatregoers love opera glasses and appreciate that every time they hire a pair, the host theatre receives vital extra revenue that can be used for restoration and improvement projects.
If you have your own story about opera glasses, please email it to us with your full contact details and if we publish it we will send you a theatre voucher
These days, the provision of opera glasses has little to do with dimly lit theatres or poor eyesight; it is simply an integral part of the modern theatre-going experience.
With ever more lavish productions, family orientated shows and celebrity casts, opera glasses afford your theatregoers the best possible opportunity to enjoy the most subtle acting performance and elaborate set in closer detail.
And for the theatre, of course, it is an excellent way to provide added value for theatregoers, whilst at the same time generating important extra revenue.
“Our patrons just expect the opera glasses as an essential part of the West End theatre experience”
Anita Daniel (Lyceum Theatre, London).
The London Opera Glass Company currently works in partnership with over 50 UK theatres.
Contact us to find out how your theatre could benefit from our free opera glass service to enhance your theatregoers experience.
Every time we sign up a new theatre a donation is made by the London Opera Glass Company
to the Theatres Trust to help promote theatre buildings and protect their future.
As Ewan McGregor appeared on stage, every female in the theatre lifted their opera glasses in perfect unison. It was very funny.
I used the glasses in London theatres and they are very good. I wish we had them in theatres in my own country
I wear glasses and I can still use the London Opera Glasses without taking my specs off. I think they are very, very good.
I went to see We Will Rock You at the Edinburgh Playhouse and was delighted by the excellent quality of the opera glasses. What an unbelievable difference they made.