£10 tickets to 'A Village Romeo and Juliet' on Tuesday September 25
- Usually £38
- Saving 73%
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- A Time Out critic’s choice opera, ‘A Village Romeo and Juliet’ performs music of unexpected beauty and power.
- Get the best available seats and see the first London performance of the show in 50 years.
- Don't miss the New London Orchestra's only performance on Tuesday September 25.
Marking the 150th anniversary year of Delius's birth, Ronald Corp conducts the New London Orchestra and Chorus in the composer's rarely heard opera 'A Village Romeo and Juliet' - its first London performance in fifty years. Based on the story of the same title from the first series of the Swiss author Gottfried Keller's 'Die Leute von Selwyla', the work - whose six scenes include the orchestral favourite, 'The Walk to the Paradise Garden' - stars a cast of English music specialists: Joshua Ellicott as Sali, the village boy who falls in love with Vreli (played by Anna Devin) despite the intervention of their graspingly materialistic fathers: Christopher Maltman's Manz and Andrew Shore's Marti. David Wilson-Johnson plays The Dark Fiddler.
Need to know:
- Voucher valid for one ticket to 'A Village Romeo and Juliet' at Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre, Tuesday September 25.
- Show starts at 7:30pm.
- Discount based on largest possible saving. Original prices range from £14 - £38.
- Ticket allocations work on a first come, first serve basis.
- Please print your voucher and present it to the box office on arrival.
- Customers purchasing multiple tickets will be sat together at the theatre.
- Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.