Glyndebourne on Tour at the New Wimbledon Theatre
Free programme and mini bottle of Prosecco with top price ticket
Monday 24 October 2011
Sung in Italian with English supertitles, Puccini’s masterpiece
La bohème and a brand new production of Donizetti’s hilarious Don
Pasquale will be presented by some of the opera world’s brightest
rising stars, wrapped in Glyndebourne’s trademark quality. ‘Simply
the greatest all-round opera experience’ says BBC Music
La Boheme – Tuesday 29 November and Friday 2 December, 7.15pm
A genius of emotional manipulation, Puccini's exploration of the joy, anguish and heartbreak of young love has become one of the most popular operas of all time. Glyndebourne on Tour returns with David McVicar's acclaimed production - a very modern love story which adds a worldly realism to Puccini's heartbreaking score.
Don Pasquale – Wednesday 30 November and Saturday 3 December, 7.15pm
A double first: a new production and a new opera for the Tour. Internationally acclaimed director Mariame Clément tackles Donizetti's witty critique of domestic bliss. Don’t miss Andrei Bondarenko as the doctor, Malatesta – the Ukrainian baritone made the final of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World in June, winning the Song Prize.
To take advantage of this off, call 0844 871 7646, quoting ‘ Independent Offer’.
New Wimbledon Theatre 93 The Broadway, London SW19 1QG
Offer subject to availability. Conditions apply. Programme worth £3.50; mini bottle of Prosecco worth £6.
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