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Review of Tosca at the King’s Head Theatre

Roger Paterson as Cavaradain gave the character a youthful freshness
Alan Fitter

Tosca review at King’s Head Theatre, London – ‘inventive touches’

Willowy and highly strung, Marriott’s Tosca is sung with formidable point and accuracy, while Roger Paterson’s engagingly boyish Cavaradossi (here Cavaradain) is poetically voiced.

Yehuda Shapiro

Tosca, opera review: Pint-sized success

…the singers, they turn the tiny stage into an emotional cauldron.

Nick Kimberley

REVIEW: La Boheme, Trafalgar Studios

Roger Patterson is a real and fragile Ralph, a typical lad, trying to make his way as a playwright, but with a voice that commands your attention. He forms an excellent partnership with Thomas Isherwood as Mark, they sing about Facebook and Christmas jumpers, yet none of it feels gimmicky, and Isherwood is another Bryn Terfel in the making, a superb voice.

Paul T Davies on 12th December 2017 in Opera, Reviews, West End

La Boheme review at Trafalgar Studios, London – ‘dramatic immediacy’

Roger Paterson is a metrosexual Ralph whose profound affection for (as well as attraction to) Mimi is keenly expressed. The Marcello character (here Mark) is sung by an ample-toned Thomas Isherwood, who brings wry humour to the buddy banter. Marriott sings Mimi with dramatic weight, even if she is excessively weak-kneed in her first encounter with Ralph. A single pianist and cellist gamely convey the essentials of Puccini’s score

Edward Bhesania - Dec 12, 2017

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