House & Garden, November 2016
Tatler, April 2015
Georgian society wigs out
An outsider peering through the windows of a grand Westminster townhouse late one winter evening could have been forgiven for thinking they had their drink spiked with acid. For there were Lady Colin Campbell (resplendent in a sapphire and diamond tiara), Zuleika Parkin and Nicky Haslam, gadding about in full Georgian dress while being serenaded by Millicent Binks. But this was no trip: Oliver Gerrish had assembled the revellers in order to raise money for the Georgian Group. And a great success it was too - the only modern interlopers were the stiletto holes discovered in the large Aubusson rug, post party.
Derbyshire Life, April 2014
A Night at the Opera, Report by Nigel Powlson
Inspired by Matlock Bath's Grand Pavilion, countertenor and architectural historian Oli Gerrish has organised a fund-raising concert. Nigel Powlson finds out more...
The Georgian Group Magazine Spring 2015
Celebrating the tercentenary of the Hanoverian accession and held in the splendid setting of a private Georgian townhouse in Queen Anne's Gate, our Ball on 4th December glittered with brilliant costumes and guests.
Organised by a committee led by Oliver Gerrish and Zuleika Parkin, it treated one hundred and twenty revellers to an array of diversions, including quadrilles, a tableau of the Georges, the specially-commissioned Dance of Birdcage Walk, opera from New Georgian Opera, instrumental music and a sumptuous champagne bar. A raffle and auction raised an impressive £4,000 for the work of The Georgian Group and The Seven Dials Trust.
Belgravia Residents' Journal July 2013
Belgravia Residents Association Annual Summer Garden Party 17 June 2013 with The Georgian Group.
Country Life, September 9th 2004
Castnerne Hall, Staffordshire - The home of Mr and Mrs Charles Hurt
At first glance, Casterne Hall, near Ashbourne, seems to be a classic example of a smaller manor house of the early 18th century. But how much of the house is actually Jacobean? Oliver Gerrish examines the evidence.
The Financial Times: How to Spend It. May 2004
That's quite an admission
It takes some of the highest intelligence in the land to infiltrate private, architecturally exciting buildings and view their art collections. Katrina Burroughs joins the clued-up clubs that open doors.
Bridge Magazine S/S 2013
Blast from the past: The Young Georgians, Fitzroy Square
Sloane Square magazine, Spring 2013
Holy Trinity Church Concert - 12th April
In celebration of Her Majesty The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, soprano Alexandra Kennedy and countertenor Oliver Gerrish are leading an evening of classical music titled 'The Best of British'. A spell binding evening for any classical enthusiast.
Lady Grey and the Young Georgians
We have discovered a couple of local gems bursting with talent on our very own doorstep.
The Georgian Group 2012 10th Anniversary Masked Ball took place in November at their headquarters in Fitzroy Square. The Young Georgians Twelfth Night Dance was a stylish event, complete wityh an elaborate Wassail Christmas cake. The evening highlights several events, held throughout the year.
The Times, 21st December 2008
The Mild Bunch
Some of our finest 18th-century houses now have their own groupies - witty, passionate and very, very posh. Meet the Young Georgians. By Lucy Denyer
Express & Star, Thursday 6th March 2014
"Campaign to stop decay begins"
Report by Charlotte Lilley
"A Stafford-based opera singer is set to perform in a derelict building in a bid to save it from ruin. Meeta Raval, aged 31, orginally from Acton Trussell, will join Oliver Gerrish, aged 32, to perferm A Night at the Opera and raise money towards repairing the Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath theatre in Derby.
The theatre is just one of many across the Midlands the singers want to preserve by putting on concerts with their newly founded company, New Georgian Opera...."
Country Life - December 2016
The Sunday Times - February 2018
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