"The Leonora of Lynsey Docherty was well sung, beautiful and exciting" - Opera Magazine
"Lynsey Docherty is winsome as Rattlebone’s daughter Peasblossom and hyper-sophisticated as Rhomboid’s guilty wife, Theodore."
- 5* The Stage
"His casting is canny, too: a crack team of five – Paul Featherstone, Carl Sanderson, Anthony Flaum, Lynsey Docherty and Caroline Kennedy – all sing with shining ease and vividly animate the cartoon characters."
- 4* Rupert Christansen, Telegraph
Lynsey Docherty sang with emotion and intellect"
- Opera Now
"The cast struck me as precisely the sort of versatile repertory team Offenbach must have had in mind — five singers with light, attractive voices that can deliver full-scale operatic power when required. Crucially, they’re also terrific in the spoken dialogue... They act like a real ensemble, too, and one of the joys of the evening was seeing them switch characters between the two shows. Lynsey Docherty, a feisty Princess Peasblossom in Croquefer, was an airheaded Ab-Fab lush after the interval"
- The Spectator
Principal roles on the operatic stage include Leonora (Il Trovatore), Tosca (title role), Mimi (La Boheme), Violetta (La Traviata), Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Hanna Glawari (The Merry Widow), Constance (The Sorcerer), Diane (Orpheus), Musetta (La Boheme) with companies including Dorset Opera Festival, Iford Festival, Opera Della Luna, New Devon Opera, Riverside Opera, Candlelight Opera, Little Venice Music Festival, The Mastersingers Company and the Wagner Society. On the concert platform she has performed in St. Martin in the Fields, the Purcell Room, Southbank, Chelmsford Cathedral, Cheltenham Town Hall, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Salisbury International Arts Festival, Salisbury Cathedral, Blenheim Palace and for many music societies nationwide. Her critically acclaimed oratorio appearances include Mendelssohn’s Elijah (Exeter Philharmonic Choir, Exeter Cathedral), Mozart C Minor Mass & Linley Song of Moses (Aylesbury Choral Society), Mozart Vespers (Norwich Cathedral), Brahms’ Requiem (Hayes Symphony Orchestra & Chorus), Faure Requiem (Norwich Cathedral), Beethoven Mass in C (Henley Choral Society) and Rossini Petite Messe Solonelle with the Sussex Chorus. She has performed for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra's Operantics in Fife, with London's newest orchestra Harmony Sinfonia (cond. Lindsay Ryan) performing Strauss' Vier Letzte Lieder and she sang Beethoven's Ah! Perfido and Duparc songs with the Salisbury Sinfonia (cond. Tim Murray). In 2016/17 she tours Opera Della Luna's critically acclaimed double-bill production of Croquefer and L'ile de Tulipatan and gives her debut performance of Mimi in La Boheme .