TINKERS Farm Opera is about to settle into a new home in the Black Country after years of success in Birmingham’s theatre land.

The light opera and musical theatre company is moving to Stourbridge Town Hall and will stage the first production at its new base in May 2017 when Fiddler on the Roof is brought to the town.

But the company is on the hunt for new members as well as a top producer and musical director as it settles at its new home.

TF Opera chairman John Leaman said the company is looking forward to a “fresh start” in Stourbridge, and hopes new faces and voices will compliment the current membership.

He said: “People of all ages and singing abilities are welcome to join and audition for both chorus and leading roles, and the two new top appointments need to be class acts to lead them.

“Our new producer should be dynamic, enthusiastic, able to work with mixed age groups and abilities, patient and well organised “They should have a good track record in producing musical theatre and we would particularly welcome an innovative approach to producing this fantastic show.

“Likewise the musical director should have similar qualities, plus the ability to run rehearsals and lead an orchestra.”

The company currently holds rehearsals in Northfield, Birmingham, and they aim to appoint the new positions in October, with cast auditions completed by the end of the year.

For more information about Tinkers Farm Opera, or to express an interest in the roles available, email John at leamanjohn3@gmail.com.