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A Christmas Night at the Opera

With London Festival Opera

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Featuring the great operas of Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, Bizet, Puccini, Offenbach, Gilbert & Sullivan and more, the distinguished cast appears in sumptuous Victorian evening dress, recreating the grandeur and glamour of past times.

Join in the Christmas spirit with a sing-along carol!

London Festival Opera brings together distinguished artists from the major companies including the Royal Opera, ENO and Glyndebourne with exceptional young singers. Past performances have been throughout the UK and Europe, including in one of the world’s greatest opera houses La Fenice in Venice, and as far afield as Hong Kong, Zimbabwe and Mumbai.

A programme of passion, drama and humour accompanied by authentic orchestral backing tracks.

Superb singing, elegant costumes and spoken introductions combine to make this a performance not to be missed for all opera lovers and newcomers alike.

‘Outstanding singers’

The Sunday Times

‘Opera at its very best’

Oxford Times

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