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Marriage of Figaro

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Marriage of Figaro

By Mozart in a new English version by Robin Norton-Hale

Wednesday 21 January 2015

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £17.25 - £24.25 Concessions: £12.25 - £22.25

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Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose follow their hugely successful La Boheme and La Traviata at the Belgrade with Mozart’s joyous The Marriage of Figaro.

Bursting with great tunes, laugh-out-loud comedy and powerful insights into what it is to be human, it’s little wonder that The Marriage of Figaro is one of the world’s best-loved operas.

Directed by Sarah Tipple, who has revived Anthony Minghella’s Madam Butterfly for the English National Opera and delighted audiences with her hilarious Barbershopera productions, this promises to be a highly inventive and theatrical new production.

This is a new English version by OperaUpClose Artistic Director Robin Norton-Hale.

Running time: 2 hours plus interval.

Wed 21 Jan 7:45pm

“…opera staged with minimum resources but maximum impact…” ★★★★

Evening Standard
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“Inspirational” ★★★★

The Independent
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“…terrific fun…Tom Stoddart is hilarious as the deranged Count…” ★★★★

Time Out
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“for all its bouncy tunes and slapstick, there are unannounced moments of sublime music which really knock you back.” ★★★★★

Fringe Opera
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“Emanating talent and confidence.” ★★★★

Trend FEM
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The Marriage Of Figaro...Up Close

Posted by anon on 15th January 2015

In our latest video, we go up close with Artistic Director Robin Norton-Hale and Director Sarah Tipple to find out more about the work of OperaUpClose who join us... Read more

Marriage of Figaro - Meet the Director

Posted by Ray Clenshaw on 19th January 2015

OperaUpClose bring their new adaptation of The Marriage of Figaro to the Belgrade on Wednesday. We had a chat to the production’s Director, Sarah Tipple, who ... Read more

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