English Touring Opera Cinderella artwork. Blue and purple gradient background. A woman wearing a white top, black dress trousers and black boots jumps off a large metal cleaning pan that dwarfs her in scale. Text on the bottom left side of the image reads: 'Rossini. Cinderella. La Cenerentola'. Text at the top right corner of the image reads: 'English Touring Opera. Opera that moves.'
English Touring Opera Cinderella artwork. Blue and purple gradient background. A woman wearing a white top, black dress trousers and black boots jumps off a large metal cleaning pan that dwarfs her in scale. Text on the bottom left side of the image reads: 'Rossini. Cinderella. La Cenerentola'. Text at the top right corner of the image reads: 'English Touring Opera. Opera that moves.'
English Touring Opera's Cinderella production photo. A mixed group of people, men wearing beige leotards and Napoleonic army uniforms, and woman wearing white frilly dress, move together as if sneaking around. In the centre of the group, a man wearing a golden grown, white fur coast covering themselves with a large piece of blue fabric. Behind them, beige walls with cabinets filled with swords and a large painting of an alpine castle.
Photo by Richard Hubert Smith
English Touring Opera's Cinderella production photo. A steel scaffolding frame. Left to right: A woman wearing a white frilly dress leans back whilst holding onto the frame; a woman wearing a frilly dress sits on top of the steel frame with their legs cross; a man wearing Napoleonic army officer clothing rests one leg on the steel frame and looks up in accomplishment. Behind the man, a piece of beige tarpaulin hung to look like a flying cape on the man. They are all in a beige-walled room, and there is a lilac door behind them.
Photo by Richard Hubert Smith
English Touring Opera's Cinderella production photo. A man wearing a golden crown, white fur coat and light-blue fabric looks shocked and raises their arm outside a large wooden box they are stood in. The box has a light blue background. To to right of the man with the crown in the same box, another man wearing a white turtleneck jumper and glasses sneers. Beneath them in the box, two women wearing white frilly Regency dresses laugh and look either side of the box. Behind the group of people in the box, (left) a painting of an alpine country scene with mountains, a castle, and sheep grazing on fields; (right) a lilac door with a sign saying 'Staff Only'.
Photo by Richard Hubert Smith

ETO – Cinderella

Rossini: Cinderella (La Cenerentola)

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This joyous retelling of the Cinderella story, with astonishingly virtuosic parts for Cinderella and Prince Ramiro, asks what it would take to make us change our life story for the better.

This new production is helmed by director and movement specialist Jenny Ogilvie and conductor Naomi Woo.

Performed in English with English surtitles.


Pre-show talk: 6.30pm

Join members of the creative team for a pre-show talk as they share insights into this new production of Rossini’s Cinderella.

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